Tag Archives: installation

Helmut Smits




Helmut Smits, ‘The real thing’ (2014)

A distilling installation that turns Coca-Cola back into clean drinking water.

Frederick Kiesler

Friedrich Kiesler. Design for a Warehouse, elevated building. Ground floor free for circulation

Frederick Kiesler, ‘Design for a Warehouse, elevated building – ground floor free for circulation’

Analia Saban

Analia Saban Draped Marble (St. Laurant, Bianco di Carrara) 2015

Analia Saban, ‘Draped Marble (St. Laurant, Bianco di Carrara)’ (2015)

Tom Burr

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Tom Burr, ‘Nylon Nude’ (2010)

Cast iron radiator and nylon stockings.

Janine Antoni

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Janine Antoni Crowned, 2013

Janine Antoni, ‘Crowned’ (2013)

Leo Fitzmaurice

Leo Fitzmaurice  I Knew You All Along, Installation view, Firstsite Gallery, Colchester, 2005

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Leo Fitzmaurice, ‘I knew you all along’ (2005)

Installation with leftover flyers at Firstsite, Colchester.

Leon Eisermann

Leon Eisermann_‘Home Invasion’, 2014

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Leon Eisermann_‘Home Invasion’, 2014-2

Leon Eisermann_‘Home Invasion’, 2014-3

Leon Eisermann, installation views of ‘Home Invasion’ (2014)

Samuel Nias

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Samuel Nias, ‘Happiness is limited’ (2013)

Dyed towels and towel rail.

Eric van Hove


Eric van Hove, ‘Exonomie’ (2010)

A recomposition of an original bookshelf (Section 2A) which disappeared some 40 years ago during the splitting of the Universiteit Leuven following the franco-dutch linguistic separatist movement in Belgium in 1971.

1000 borrowed books from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL) and 1000 books borrowed from the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL).

De Rijke/De Rooij

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De Rijke/De Rooij, ‘Bouquet IV’ (2005)

Bouquet IV, which consists of a specific flower arrangement, as well as a black and white photograph of the arrangement in a matte aluminum frame, “was organized so that its colors in black and white reproduction translate into a relatively small range of grey-shades, resulting in an even spread of tones from which high contrasts and extremes on either side of the spectrum are excluded.”