Eric Sidner, untitled (2012)
‘Entering Meters Going Nowhere’ (2014-ongoing) by Kris van Dessel.
Measuring and entering the distances traveled in his studio while working.
Each month the total number of meters has been entered in Google to find a mountain with the equal number of meters as height.
Tercerunquinto, ‘Escultura publica en la periferia urbana de Monterrey’ (2006)
‘Escultura publica en la periferia urbana de Monterrey’ is a public sculpture on the periphery of the city of Monterrey. It consisted of a concrete foundation that was free to use by the people of Monterrey. Apart from being used as a platform for a political rally, it was transformed among others into a marketplace, a hangout, until eventually becoming claimed by a man who built his house on it. The house remains there to this day.
‘Its the Coffee Grounds, Charlie Brown’ by Lindsey A. Schulz.
“The images in Its the Coffee Grounds, Charlie Brown are photographs I found that my father took with his Kodak Brownie when he was about 10 years old. (…) The fractured images are accompanied with text taken directly from my grandfathers comic strip, Peanuts”
Sam Anderson,’Julius’ (2012) and ‘Zelda’ (2011)
paper, found newspaper image, wire
Zelda Rubenstein’s obituary, wood, wax
‘The Image After’ by Eva Olthof.
The Image After is a performative presentation, which consists of three parts. It deals with questions concerning archaeological objects, their (early) photographical representations and cultural heritage in times of chaos. The first part discusses an assembly of images that depicts archaeological objects belonging to a museum in Beirut. These objects were stolen just after the civil war ended in 1991 and still remain missing.
‘I signed on and they would not give me nothing’ from the series ‘Signs that Say What You Want Them To Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You To Say’ (1992-1993) by Gillian Wearing.