Category: Installation

Different ways to rest 3

Erik Berglin

Everything Is Borrowed The work Everything Is Borrowed consist of a selection of collages made from my ever-growing collection of found images, the collection is constantly undergoing structuring, categorizing, organizing and reorganizing. I’m interested in the connections and similarities I find between famous works of art and pictures made by anonymous people. Finding images on the internet is just like finding something in the public domain, internet based material becomes general cargo. As I see it, all art and creativity is a result of old ideas mixed with each other in new ways. Interest in so-called “found photography” has increased in its digitalized form, probably because the pictures have been detached from their origin and therefore cant be tributed to any one in particular, like postcards in a flea market. On pages like Flickr and Ffffound the constitution of the collection and the persons ability to find interesting pictures is what gets credited by other users. Everything Is Borrowed serves as a staging of this new information flow and its consumption patterns.

Chaz Evans

Anthropometries for Quake 4 (After Yves Klein) from Chaz Evans on Vimeo. Evans Dances Baldessari Sings Lewitt (demo) from Chaz Evans on Vimeo.

Reading Position for Second Degree Burn

Dennis Oppenheim

1970 Book, skin, solar energy. Exposure time: 5 hours. Jones Beach, New York

Benjamin Gaulon

RandomMe™ Demo from recyclism on Vimeo. RandomMe demo 3 from recyclism on Vimeo.


Semâ Bekirovic

Kalverstraat, hd video, 3:00 An attempt to create a square of free space in Amsterdam’s most crowded street. Event Horizon , hdvideo, 4min, 2010. A landscape is gradually engulfed by an approaching black hole Birds of Prey – Semâ Bekirovic from We Love You So on Vimeo.

Conflict of interests

Krištof Kintera

video installation in a public space, wireless broadcast of a situation at a private apartment to a monitor placed in the street, duration: 1 month

Mission Calls

Ahmet Ogut

Mission Calls (2008-2009) is a work composed by three large drawings that appear as a short storyboard of a performative act that anyone could do. The sequence shows a common street dog transforming into a rescue-dog and it is the artist, with a seemingly absurd and surreal gesture, that grants the unsuspecting dog this role of power.