Leon Wyczólkowski, ‘Spring in Goscieradz’ (1933)
Graham Hudson, ‘Geology Survey. 24_6_10. 500 meters open arc, east of A10, on hazard plinth’ (2010)
Untitled (2011) by Tomo Savic-Gecan
The room shown in the movie is one out of four rooms for the installation ‘untitled’ (2011). Savic-Gecan made this installation for the Witte de With, Rotterdam (NL) exhibition Melanchotopia. The text on the wall explains: “Every change in temperature in the city of Rotterdam causes one of the spaces in Witte de With to open and close.”
Job Koelewijn, ‘The world is my oyster’ (1998)
At the Fons Welters gallery in Amsterdam, Koelewijn removed a soccer goal-sized part of the back wall, which created a view into the neighboring gardens.
Leopold Kessler, ‘Bistabilised door’ (2010)
Kessler changed the mechanics on the entrance to Lombard-Freid Projects in New York so that the door opened in a different direction each time it was used.
‘Pavillion’ (2008) by Job Koelewijn
A room the size of a telephone booth, on all sides equipped with rolling shutters that close and, eventually, open once a person stands inside. These pictures were taken at museum De Pont, Tilburg (NL).
‘Moonwalk’ (2008) by Martin Kohout.
Videos by Martin Kohout. You can watch them on his website during opening hours.
‘A Ride Trough: Haiti:360° ‘ (2010)
‘The Vehicle S’ (2008)