‘Old and bald I search for a gallery’ (2008) by Goran Trbuljak
‘Sleep’ (2004) by Jan Huijben.
Jan Huijben took sleeping pills and slept inside the gallery space, throughout the opening of his exhibition.
Jess Dobkin, ‘Ear piece’ (2007)
The artist’s ear pokes through a gallery wall. She communincates with the audience by writing notes which are projected onto the opposite gallery wall.
Untitled (Tate), by Fischli & Weiss was commissioned to form part of the opening displays of Tate Modern when it opened in 2000. Its collection of everyday objects, resembling a workshop, were each individually handmade and in part designed to mimic the working environment of the Tate Modern gallery prior to it’s opening.
Adam Chodzko, ‘Corner’ (2007)
Made for the exhibition ‘Gallery Exchange’ at Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt am Main.
Thank you, Jason!
Job Koelewijn, ‘The world is my oyster’ (1998)
At the Fons Welters gallery in Amsterdam, Koelewijn removed a soccer goal-sized part of the back wall, which created a view into the neighboring gardens.