Photo by Fieke van Berkom
‘A sheet of paper on which I was about to draw, as it slipped from my table and fell to the floor.’ (2008) by Ryan Gander.
‘Artists interpret the world and then we interpret the artists’ (2012) by Bethan Huws.
In November 2009, 620 letters were sent to each home in Polish Hill, Pittsburgh, USA.
Ruth Ewan, ‘A Jukebox of People Trying to Change the World’ (2003)
A Jukebox of People Trying to Change the World is a CD jukebox, sitting between digital and analogue technologies which contains a growing collection of songs addressing a spectrum of social issues, some directly political in motive, some vaguely utopian and some chronicling specific historic events. The archive currently contains over 2,000 tracks, with no more than two by the same artist, which are ordered into over seventy categories such as feminism, land ownership, poverty, civil rights and ecology.
Via Diana. So thanks!
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.
‘Le monde érotique’ (1998) by Pierre Joseph
An attempt to recreate the map of the world by memory. via