Monika Odenthal : Platzhirschkuh. Aus der Serie „Zwischenmenschlich“, 2010
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Monika Odenthal : Platzhirschkuh. Aus der Serie „Zwischenmenschlich“, 2010

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passive/aggressivness at it’s best . Insert a coin. Your selected piece of china will fall to the bottom of the vending machine. It will shatter. This project by artist Yarisa and Kublitz. If you feel better when you do it, because the designers contends that this machine will make you feel better.

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passive/aggressivness at it’s best
.
Insert a coin. Your selected piece of china will fall to the bottom of the vending machine. It will shatter. This project by artist Yarisa and Kublitz. If you feel better when you do it, because the designers contends that this machine will make you feel better.

Nilu Izadi : The Yellow House. interior projection, 2010.
"Nilu Izadi utilizes the bullet holes on Beirut’s historic landmark Yellow House as apertures for an actual camera obscura. […] A landmark of French Mandate style architecture designed by Youseff Aftima for the Barakat family in 1924, the Yellow House was once peacefully positioned on the outskirts of Beirut. But as time passed, development spread and the house was absorbed into the fabric of the city. By 1982, the house was at the center of the Iran-Iraq war straddling the very line between East and West, strategic for Chrisitian Militia snipper activity. As a result of the ensuing conflict, bullet holes and looting ravaged the house. 28 years later, Nilu Izadi used the house as a site-specific photographic event—with one bullet hole and a darkened room, she transformed the house into a camera obscura. This action, in the name of art, reclaimed the Yellow House from its violent past."
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Nilu Izadi : The Yellow House. interior projection, 2010.

"Nilu Izadi utilizes the bullet holes on Beirut’s historic landmark Yellow House as apertures for an actual camera obscura. […] A landmark of French Mandate style architecture designed by Youseff Aftima for the Barakat family in 1924, the Yellow House was once peacefully positioned on the outskirts of Beirut. But as time passed, development spread and the house was absorbed into the fabric of the city. By 1982, the house was at the center of the Iran-Iraq war straddling the very line between East and West, strategic for Chrisitian Militia snipper activity. As a result of the ensuing conflict, bullet holes and looting ravaged the house. 28 years later, Nilu Izadi used the house as a site-specific photographic event—with one bullet hole and a darkened room, she transformed the house into a camera obscura. This action, in the name of art, reclaimed the Yellow House from its violent past."

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Roman Cieslewicz and Chantal Petit at the National Museum in Poznan. Photo: Tomasz Sikora
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Roman Cieslewicz and Chantal Petit at the National Museum in Poznan.
Photo: Tomasz Sikora

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Roman Cieslewicz, Mrs. Lacleur - /The Mysteries of Udolpho/ 1975
( On show during the retrospective at Royal College of Art, London, 16 July - 17 August 2010. The exhibition was organized by the Polish Cultural Institute and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. )/via rca.ac.uk

Roman Cieslewicz, Mrs. Lacleur - /The Mysteries of Udolpho/ 1975

( On show during the retrospective at Royal College of Art, London, 16 July - 17 August 2010. The exhibition was organized by the Polish Cultural Institute and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. )

/via rca.ac.uk

Ignacy Witkiewicz : Spotkanie z jednorogiem w Górach Skalistych (Meeting with Unicorn in Rocky Mountains). 1920
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Ignacy Witkiewicz : Spotkanie z jednorogiem w Górach Skalistych (Meeting with Unicorn in Rocky Mountains). 1920

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Ignacy Witkiewicz : Udzielny Byk na urlopie - Portret Leona Chwistka. 1913
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Ignacy Witkiewicz : Udzielny Byk na urlopie - Portret Leona Chwistka. 1913

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Bruno Schulz : “Mademoiselle Circe i jej trupa”, cliché verre, 1920-1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry
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Bruno Schulz : “Mademoiselle Circe i jej trupa”, cliché verre, 1920-1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry

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Bruno Schulz “Procession”, cliché verre, 1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry
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Bruno SchulzProcession”, cliché verre, 1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry

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From the series “Performances for the Camera” by Kate Bieschke
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From the series “Performances for the Camera” by Kate Bieschke

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Johannes Abendroth : CITYLIGHTS. 2010 / (1) In Weimar / High-compression washings on street surfaces /more in his portfolio

Johannes Abendroth : CITYLIGHTS. 2010 / (1) In Weimar / High-compression washings on street surfaces

/more in his portfolio

Christopher Steinweber :  Schnee von gestern. 2010. styropor, acrylic paint, 100 x 45 x 50 cm / from his portfolio
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Christopher Steinweber :  Schnee von gestern. 2010. styropor, acrylic paint, 100 x 45 x 50 cm / from his portfolio

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Jörg Kutschke : Abschied. 2009
/from his portfolio

Jörg Kutschke : Abschied. 2009

/from his portfolio