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Barbara Breitenfellner

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, USA The work consists of four free-standing walls, which form an interior space made entirely of upside down mass-produced, sentimental landscape paintings. Inside sits a construction made of cardboard, reflective insulation and aluminum foil with a flickering amateur film sequence showing on a household monitor. Material: Metal studs, found oil paintings, poles from tent canopy, cardboard, insulation, furniture and objects, aluminium foil, video monitor. Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, USA
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Kevin Cyr

Scaling the summit with the motherland in your heart.

Scaling the summit with the motherland in your heart.

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Adriana Varejao

Cannibal and nostalgic

Cannibal and nostalgic

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Edward Wright

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Mutual Feeling

Mutual Feeling

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Chris Beren

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in de raadskelder

in de raadskelder

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Jason Greig

Seven Years of Labour for the Instruments of Time

Seven Years of Labour for the Instruments of Time

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