Natalie Jeremijenko, Tree Logic, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA), 1999

We are fascinated by this installation in which six living trees grow while suspended upside down. This forces the viewer to consider what is natural, and how vegetation can still grow despite limitations. 

Andrew de Freitas

Dara Gill, NOW Counter (Current Birthrate/Deathrate Four Births Per Second, Two Deaths Per Second) 2011. High-Definition Video, LCD Television with Media Player, Perspex, 480x330mm each.

Text by Rebecca O’Dwyer.



These members of a Zen-Buddhist sect would go from door to door asking for alms. In exchange for the money, they would get rid of any evil spirits that plagued a home.

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John Berger, Ways of Seeing

Helen Chadwick, In The Kitchen

Eva and Franco Mattes, Imponderabilia (video still)

Multimedia collaborators who perform famous works in Second Life.


karel teige - collage #70 (1939)

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