Installations on painting and its basic structural conditions by German artist Sebastian Dannenberg
All Art Has Been Contemporary, 1999, neon text installation, by Italian artist Maurizio Nannucci.
Straw Carpet by the creative trio We Make Carpets aka designers Marcia Nolte, Stijn van der Vleuten and Bob Waardenburg.
According to the creators It took twelve people ten days to wrap-up the concrete pillars in the great entrance hall of Palais de Tokyo into a maze of accessible translucent passageways, which coil 50 meters through the gallery space and reach the total height of 6 meters.
Untitled installation of four leaded glass skylights in the ceiling at Aird’s Lane, Modern Institute, Glasgow, by artist and musician Richard Wright, in collaboration with York Glaziers Trust – Britain’s oldest stained glass conservation studio.
Each of the four rectangular skylights house a steel frame comprised of nine individual panels – positioning within the structure specifically handmade glass. Cut at definite angles within an intricately designed lead-matrix to produce a three dimensional effect, the distinctively -textured glass interferes with the light to create a play on perspective through the use of light, reflection and the observer’s viewpoint. (press release)
Dead End Door from the ongoing Uncomfortable Project by Greek designer Katerina Kamprani
O.T. slide projectors and tinfoil installation, by Berlin-based artist Ulrich Vogl