Julien Douvier

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by Julien Douvier.


Özlem Altin

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Özlem Altin, ‘Untitled (Mädchen im Baum)’ (2013)

photo prints, 122 x 190 cm


David Shrigley

David Shrigley Untitled (I Hate Wood) (2013)

by David Shrigley


Carlito Carvalhosa

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Carlito Carvalhosa, ‘Precaucao de contato’ at Gallery Nara Roesler Sao Paulo (2014)


Matias Faldbakken

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Matias Faldbakken, Untitled (Coin Locker Sculpture) (2012)


Chris Burden

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‘Five Day Locker Piece’ (April 26-30, 1971) by Chris Burden.

At the University of California, Irvine, Chris Burden locked himself in Locker Number 5 for five consecutive days. He rigged the locker above him to hold five gallons of bottled water, while the locker below him held an empty five gallon bottle. His then-wife, Barbara, slept on the floor in front of the locker some nights, “in case I really flipped out or something,” the artist wrote in a 1975 untitled statement.


Witold Gombrowicz

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The novel ‘Cosmos’ (1965) by Witold Gombrowicz.

“[…] In Cosmos, I am telling the simple story of a simple student. This student goes to spend his holidays as a paying guest in a house where he meets two women, one has a hideous mouth which has been ruined by a motor car accident, while the other has an attractive mouth. The two mouths are associated in his mind and become an obsession. On the other hand he has seen a sparrow hanging from a wire and a piece of wood hanging from a thread… . And all this, a little out of boredom, a little out of curiosity, a little out of love, out of violent passion, starts dragging him towards a certain means of action … to which he abandons himself, but not without skepticism. […] Cosmos is an ordinary introduction to an extraordinary world, to the wings of the world, if you like.” – W. Gombrowicz


Jacob Dwyer

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Jacob Dwyer, ‘PAULALIEN KNOWS BEST’ (2015) as installed at Juliette Jongma, Amsterdam.

Binaural sound piece; should be listened to using headphones.


Ignas Krunglevicius

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‘Daemons Mouth’ (2015) by Ignas Krunglevicius.

A page from the diary of schizophrenic young man is read by
a text-to-speech robot.


Heather Phillipson

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Heather Phillipson, still from ‘SERIOUS TRACTION’, online commission for Opening Times (2015)

Watch here: http://otdac.org/serious-traction/