Archives for the Month of December, 2010

Florian Hecker

Florian Hecker Work from Event, Stream, Object. ”Event, Stream, Object” is a sound installation by German artist Florian Hecker (born in 1975, he currently lives in Vienna), produced by MMK with funds from the MMK’s partners, that has now been acquired for the museum’s collection. Presented in the current exhibition ”Radical Conceptual“ (February 19 – […]


Lenox-Lenox Work from TMRRW(dot)net (and their oeuvre). “TMRRW(dot)net combines predictable and unpredictable change in order to form a cubic time capsule of tomorrow’s relics. Predictions arise by mapping the course of natural disasters and desiccated resources, and non-predictions are postulated from science fiction and myth. The resulting guided tour of The Last Gallery presents attributes […]

Niko Princen

Niko Princen Work from A Sequence of Steps (and his oeuvre). “A Sequence of Steps is an automatic web-browsing tool. It presents a new way of experiencing the Internet by creating different relations between websites. The trigger mechanism starts with a chosen point of departure but can lead you to the infinite space of the […]

Stefano Calligaro

Stefano Calligaro Work from his oeuvre. “The nature of Stefano Calligaro’s practice can be seen as a minimal intent to describe the construction of an artwork through layers of gestures as collecting displacing and remodeling materials, images and meanings. The works and their subtle presence in the space are tracing a constellation of references in constant […]

Phillip Schaerer

Phillip Schaerer Work from Bildbauten. Also see Raummodelle, they are fantastic as well. “The series of images with the title „Bildbauten“ deals with the effect and the claim to credibility of images of architecture that appear to be photographs. It further questions the medium “photograph” as a documentary piece of evidence depicting reality. Frontal views […]

Renata Lucas

Renata Lucas Work from her oeuvre. “Renata Lucas’s practice is a critical interpretation of how our built environment determines actions, behavior and social relationships, and by extension, society’s dependency on the preservation of prescribed definitions of space, property and order. By offering an alternative spatial imagination—one that brings into consideration malleability, manipulation and play—Lucas provokes […]

Iman Issa

Iman Issa Work from Triptychs (and others). “Issa’s Triptych series (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6) from 2009, is a group of six beautiful wall installations comprised of photography, video objects and texts. They are images of places she collected in New York and restaged; settings that occurred through a personal psychological process in order to reveal personal associations. […]

Amos Latteier

Amos Latteier Work from Calculator Haikus (also check out N8R TXT if you live in Canada). “I created two haikus using upside down calculators. Illegible blob Legless eggshell oozes oil Elegize his loss Hellish shoe is beige I slosh soil, slog hill Hobble, oh high heel You can form words with a calculator by entering […]

Snijders & Teunisse

Bram Snijders & Carolien Teunisse Work from RE: “RE: is a 360 projection-mapping installation that uses mirrors to enable a projector to project on all sides of its own surface. In most art installations the projector is used as merely a tool; preferably even hidden away from view. Contrastingly, in Re: the projector is the […]

Internet Archaeology

Internet Archaeology Work from their oeuvre (and Now Thats What I Call MIDI). “Internet Archaeology seeks to explore, recover, archive and showcase the graphic artifacts found within earlier Internet Culture. Established in 2009, the chief purpose of Internet Archaeology is to preserve these artifacts and acknowledge their importance in understanding the beginnings and birth of an Internet […]