Luka Fineisen, ‘Many Particle System’ (2012)
Elena Bajo, ‘To the North, The Crystal of Non-Knowledge, a Landscape to be invented’ (2010)
Solyst Skulpturen Park, Copenhagen
Trashed damaged staircase and stained color glass window found in a wasteland, re-assembled and welded in collaboration with unemployed workers, subsidized by the Danish Government.
Cecilie Bjørgås Jordheim, ‘POLARSTAR’ (2009)
‘And it curled up and broke on the shore’, editing table, 16mm film loop and EKG; Still Image from loop on the editing table screen.
Stijn van Dorpe, ‘Clio’ (2009)
Together with a teacher and the students of a local technical secondary school, Van Dorpe worked towards an image that translated the power and energy of both the low budget exhibition initiative and the youngsters. A black Renault Clio was turned upside down and the necessary adjustments were made to enable the car to keep on running, however without moving forward. During a performance at the opening night of the exhibition, the physical power that the car developed was shown as a dynamic spectacle – accompanied by a drummer and T-shirts printed with technical details of the car.
‘Poème symphonique’ (1962) by György Ligeti
A composition for 100 metronomes, written during his brief acquaintance with the Fluxus movement.
This was the first ever mixer with crossfader. The Gaumont Chronophone.
In 1910, the French engineer Leon Gaumont demonstrated his sound-and-film synchronizing Chronophone system at the Gaumant Palace in Paris, France. Gaument’s Chronophone had two gramophone platters, between which a deft operator could switch back and forth.
Cory Arcangel, ‘Permanent Vacation’ (2008)
Two computers hooked up to the Internet, sending “Out-Of-Office”-Email responses to each other.