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Maria Loboda, ‘Ah, Wilderness’ (2013)
branches of cedar, pine, birch, tress which that would naturally edge each other out in a forest
Tue Greenfort, ‘Water cooler’ (2008)
The artist tapped into the museum’s water supply and brought it from the basement up to the second floor, where it was cooled by frozen boxes of concentrated fruit juice and provided to visitors for free.
A place in Manifesta 4 was purchased for $15,099 from Christoph Büchel in an eBay auction, and any artist who wished was invited to exhibit their work as part of Free Manifesta. Over 225 artists & groups participated in free public art projects.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres, ‘Untitled(Lover Boys)’ (1991)
Candies individually wrapped in clear wrapping, endless supply, free for taking.
pietmondriaan.com offers free to download:
Documentation of the performance night I want to believe, organized by pietmondriaan.com on September 15, 2012, during Incubate festival in Tilburg (NL). With an accompanying text by Jochem Naafs.
Bas Schevers, David Sherry, Jodi, Jean Charles de Quillacq and Pablo Wendel.
The PDF is in high resolution, so it can be printed on a regular A4 printer.
Feel free to download and distribute this PDF (please link back if you do).
‘The Free Radical Factory’ (2011) by Jetske de Boer.
A guided tour through the hidden spaces in the building where her studio is located.
At coming Saturday’s event ‘I want to believe’, Dutch new media collective JODI will be presenting their performance ‘ZYX’ for the first time in the Netherlands! ‘ZYX’ was developed for one of Rhizome’s events at the New Museum in New York.
The application records users’ quotidian movements and turns them into choreography—one that captures our awkward, mundane, frustrated, addicted interactions with our ubiquitous devices.
Download the app for your iPhone here for free: http://itunes.apple.com/nl/app/zyx/id505193110?mt=8
JODI is participating in the show ‘I want to believe’, which is taking place next Saturday, 19.30hrs at NS16, NS-plein 16 in Tilburg. Do come!
For more info: