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Stuart Ringholt

Stuart Ringholt Cur8or 2014

Stuart Ringholt, ‘Cur8or’ (2014)

John Gibbons

The Awaiting 1991-2 John Gibbons born 1949 Purchased with assistance from Tom Bendhem 1998 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T07443

‘The Awaiting’ (1991-92) by John Gibbons.

Lennart Lahuis



Lennart Lahuis, ‘Dis-penser (Study I)’ (2014)

Isabelle Andriessen

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Isabelle Andriessen, ‘The Mesh – strange strangers between life and non-life’ (2015)

Alfred Lukyanovich Yarbus

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From Alfred Lukyanovich Yarbus‘s book, ‘Eye Movements and Vision’ (1967). Scan patterns for four of the observers in the study as they freely viewed the portrait of Yarbus.

Yarbus is one of the founders of modern eye movement research. His work – based on the development of a method for accurately recording eye movements, using suction caps on the eyes – has had a profound influence on recent approaches to the study of eye movements and vision.

Cyprien Gaillard

What It Does To Your City‘ (2012) by Cyprien Gaillard.

David Stjernholm

david_stjernholm_Vase, 2013  Canon laser cartridge (magenta), pigment, altering flower

David Stjernholm, ‘Vase’ (2013)

Canon laser cartridge (magenta), pigment, ageing flower.

Daniel G. Baird

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Daniel G. Baird, ‘Untitled (HP Pavillion #ze4560us, August 2003 – April 2007)’ (2008)

Silica Dessicant, Personal Electronic, Acrylic

William Speakman



‘National’ (2003) by William Speakman.

Installation with several rooms. One containing a woodworking machine, National Geographic magazines and sawdust mixed with popcorn. And one containing waxed furniture.

Julius von Bismarck & Benjamin Maus


‘Perpetual Storytelling Apparatus’ (2009) by Julius von Bismarck & Benjamin Maus