Janice Kerbel, from the ‘Remarkable’ series (2007)
Faintgirl, Double Attraction, Crystal and Blindspot and Regurgitating Lady
Silkscreen print on campaign poster paper, each
Jimmie Durham, ‘The Piece of Wood’ (2005)
Read the piece of wood’s biography here.
The novel ‘Cosmos’ (1965) by Witold Gombrowicz.
“[…] In Cosmos, I am telling the simple story of a simple student. This student goes to spend his holidays as a paying guest in a house where he meets two women, one has a hideous mouth which has been ruined by a motor car accident, while the other has an attractive mouth. The two mouths are associated in his mind and become an obsession. On the other hand he has seen a sparrow hanging from a wire and a piece of wood hanging from a thread… . And all this, a little out of boredom, a little out of curiosity, a little out of love, out of violent passion, starts dragging him towards a certain means of action … to which he abandons himself, but not without skepticism. […] Cosmos is an ordinary introduction to an extraordinary world, to the wings of the world, if you like.” – W. Gombrowicz
Binaural sound piece; should be listened to using headphones.
‘Daemons Mouth’ (2015) by Ignas Krunglevicius.
A page from the diary of schizophrenic young man is read by
a text-to-speech robot.
Giny Vos, ‘Work to do’ (1985)
Intervention on the lighting scheme of the Europoint towers in Rotterdam.