Thomas Mailaender, ‘Gone fishing’ (2009)
The Gone Fishing project tells the modern epic of a young man fleeing his new responsibilities as a father by going on holidays with buddies. Through a false compilation of letters from the young dad to the young mom, Thomas Mailaender invents a character: a sort of immature Ulysses, more inspired by the beer, big-game fishing or ping-pong tournaments that by his new-born child.
Preview can be downloaded here
‘Poisoned by men in need of some love (Bubulcus ibis)’ (2013) by Petrit Halilaj.
Vitrine backdrops from the Museum of Natural History of Kosovo (print on cardboard), brass plate, one bird made of iron, soil and excrement (as shown at Wiels).
Frank O´Hara reading his poem “Having a coke with you” in his flat in New York in 1966, shortly before his accidental death.
Jack and Charmian Saward’s 1974 propaganda film for the Greater London Council, ‘Living at Thamesmead’.
‘The Kiss’ (2007/2010) by Maria Anwander.
French kiss on wall and museum label.