Dirk Skreber, Untitled (Crash 1) (2009)
Tobias Rehberger, ‘We Never Work on Sundays’ (1994)
Rehberger – from memory and with scant regard to technical accuracy – drew icons of 20th century design, including pieces by Marcel Breuer, Alvar Aalto and Gerrit Rietveld. He then took them to Cameroon and, working with local artist Pascale Martine Tayou, employed Cameroonian craftsmen to make replicas based on the drawings.
Marek Kvetan, ‘Transfer’ (2000)
A cast of a piece of industrial pipe with various wires inside.
Reiner Ruthenbeck, ’14 Rote Kissen’ (1983) at Kunstverein Braunschweig.
Sol Lewitt, ‘Wall Drawing #797′
Instructions: The first drafter has a black marker and makes an irregular horizontal line near the top of the wall. Then the second drafter tries to copy it (without touching it) using a red marker. The third drafter does the same, using a yellow marker. The fourth drafter does the same using a blue marker. Then the second drafter followed by the third and fourth copies the last line drawn until the bottom of the wall is reached.
Roeland Tweelinckx, ‘Willful paving’ (2012)
five times 3.5 x 20 x 20 cm / five pavement stones, cement and glue & environment
Roman Ondák, ‘Shared Floor’ (1996)
A stretch of parquet flooring and electrical sockets that Ondák excised from an apartment.