November 15th, 2012

Doug Wheeler



Unrecognizable Now – Two Rooms (Kesh Recordings)



April 18th, 2012

Ant Farm, Dream Cloud on the Beach, at Freeport, Texas, 1969

Ant Farm, Pillow, 1970

Ant Farm, Pillow, 1970

“Ant Farm was established within the counter-cultural milieu of 1968 San Francisco by two architects, Chip Lord and Doug Michels, later joined by Curtis Schreier. Their work dealt with the intersection of architecture, design and media art, critiquing the North American culture of mass media and consumerism. Ant Farm produced works in a number of formats, including agitprop events, manifestos, videos, performances and installations…” more info



Silent Harbour – Echocord Rec (CD012) – Previews

Sigha Mix – Xfm 07/04/12



February 14th, 2012


For the fourth year in a row the Times Square Alliance has commissioned an architect to create a heart in Times Square just in time for Valentine’s Day. This year’s installation is by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) with FLATCUT_ and Local Projects and it is appropriately titled BIG♥NYC
via A Daily Dose of Architecture‏



Projekt: PM – When The Voices Come



Happy St. Valentine’s Day To All Of You!





April 20th, 2011

Dig. A Performance Installation by Daniel Arsham / Snarkitecture


VARIOUS – 10 ( Room 40 )

“On March 31st 2011, Room40 officially ends its tenth anniversary and to wrap things up we’re celebrating with a free 40 track sampler created by friends and family. It’s a summary of music and sound that has occupied our ears…past, present and future. “

September 24th, 2010

no limits in the streets by Stéphane Malka

September 21st, 2010

Christo and Jeanne-Claude Surrounded Islands, Miami, Florida 1980-83
Photo: Wolfgang Volz

June 11th, 2010

Packing Tape by Numen/For Use
DMY International Design Festival 2010

more info about Tape via core.form-ula

June 6th, 2010

Mikroskop 2010 by Olafur Eliasson
Innen Stadt Außen, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, 2010

June 4th, 2010

Maurizio Cattelan All, 2007
Installation view Kunsthaus Bregenz, 2nd floor Photo: Markus Tretter
© Maurizio Cattelan, Kunsthaus Bregenz

“Contemporary Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan (b. 1960) is known for his witty embrace of semantic shifts that result from imaginative plays with materials, objects, and actions. In his work, contradictions in the space between what the artist describes as softness and perversity wage a sarcastic critique on political power structures, from notions of nationalism or the authorities of organized religion to the conceit of the museum and art history. Like the traditions established by Dada and Surrealism, his uncanny juxtapositions uproot stable understandings of the world around us…”  via  The Menil Collection

April 18th, 2010

State of Delusion | 2008, installation view, Erik Olofsen

April 5th, 2010

Academy of Fine Arts Munich/Interior Design
The Third Room, Munich, Germany

The third room is made 1,5 million cable links. Cable links are usually associated with all kinds of mantages on site – which cables above ground and below, dealing with informention and energy transport. This installtion offers a sensuous experience in a nonverbal way, employing a commonly-used architecture material.

February 27th, 2010

Presence and Absence

installation / 180 x 80 x 250 cm / wood, white coating
exhibition monastery malgarten / germany / 2008

“the installation is a room within a room – into a former cell  of the monastery malgarten we built in a second room made of wood and  paint. this second space causes to vanish the first one in the surrounding.
the installation contains literally nothing, it is all  about the pure room.
you realize that empty spaces are distances you have to traverse.

we are ongoing concentrated on themes such as emptiness, emptiness as mental space, space as place for retreat. a room was cleared out – what is left?
the work handles with the terms of presence and absence. what can you see and what will stay hidden?

the work is austere, both material and form. this decision was made  conscious. the installation isn´t narrative at first, this will allow  each spectator his very own interpretation, imagination. we would like to leave the work as ”open” as possible.”

Via 22quadrat

February 25th, 2010

WhiteOut by SpaceOperaForm
Hallein Salt Factory, Austria
spunbond polypropylene
150 x 1.5 meters

Via Dezeen

February 18th, 2010

Tomas Saraceno’s installation

“Tomas Saraceno is a visionary artist who aspires to bridge the gap between art and science. Knowledgeable about principles of physics, chemistry and architecture, he has made use of high technology to design cities in the air.”

Tomas Saraceno
Galaxies Forming Along Filaments, Like Droplets Along the Strands of A Spiders Web
elastic rope
installation view Tanya Bonakdar Gallery 2008

Tomas Saraceno
Installation view Statens Museum Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark

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