Tag Archives: nature


Noemie Goudal

Noemie Goudal, Iceberg, from Haven Her Body Was

Noemie Goudal, ‘Iceberg’, from ‘Haven Her Body Was’.


Meg Webster

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Meg Webster, ‘Moss Bed’ (1986-1988)


Isa Melsheimer

Isa Melsheimer

by Isa Melsheimer


Anne Percoco

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‘Window Plants’, a publication by Anne Percoco


Rebecca Reeve

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Rebecca Reeve, ‘Marjorys World’ (2013)


Maria Loboda

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Maria Loboda, ‘Ah, Wilderness’ (2013)

branches of cedar, pine, birch, tress which that would naturally edge each other out in a forest


Jak Peters

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Projectors by Jak Peters, as presented at galerie Gallery in 2009.


Nuno Vicente

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Nuno Vicente,’Objet Mainteneur de Mouvements’ (‘Object for keeping movement’) (2011)

A bicycle attached to a box containing a dead butterfly. Whilst pedaling air passes through the box, moving the butterfly´s wings as if it were flying.


Robert Smithson

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Robert Smithson, ‘Rocks and mirror square III’ (1971)


Simon Starling

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Simon Starling, ‘Inverted Retrograde Theme, USA (House for a Song bird)’ (2002)

This installation references a housing project in Puerto Rico which was designed by Austrian architect Simon Schmiderer (1911-2001) in the 1960s. Schmiderer developed a series of houses made of building blocks without doors or windows to further integrate the outside and inside spaces, but the rise of crime in the 1970s forced locals to add elaborate barriers onto Schmiderer’s designs. In Inverted Retrograde Theme, USA, Simon Starling recreates two of the existing homes on a smaller scale and inverts them like birdcages; these models sit atop tree trunks that extend from the gallery’s floor.