Chinese woodblock printing – a technique that was in early use on both paper and cloth – was an important tool of the Cultural Revolution. This printing technique was used as an important means of communication to quickly convey information. It transported the revolutionary spirit and remains its legacy today.
This is an exploration of the inner life of the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. The activity focuses on memory - collecting, classifying, cataloguing, conserving, transporting, reproducing, storing, lending and reading.
Not To Be. Not To Be At All invites reflection on modes of representation and identity. A slow, contemplative pan across a mechanic’s workshop serves to recontextualise the space of labour into a site of existential meditation.
December 18, 2005 we made 50 litres of punch and we offered it for free on various Christmas fairs in Vienna. The whole performance was supposed to initiate a response from the sellers or the security, i.e. what kind of excuse they would make up to throw us out of the market. Doing so, we want point out the absurdity of a ban, which prohibits to offer anything for free at these Christmas fairs.
Vom Bruch describes Augenzeugen (Eyewitness), subtitled Behind the Doors of the Haus der Kunst, as a series of "philosophical speculations" on the famous Third Reich propaganda building in Munich, which opened in 1937 to serve as the official German art museum.
Return to the World of Dance is an instructional guide for those perplexed by the post-modern condition. Return to the World of Dance is not about dance but is a tribute to Fernand Léger’s Ballet Mécanique.
Dora Grafova, an eighty-year-old woman, tells about the various journals she had subscribed to during the era of the Soviet Union. At that time, she, her husband and her son received 17 different monthlies: about gardening, the world, technology, women and about the cultivation of potatoes.