I, Slowly (1.95kHz)”, 2011 by Anna Sagstrom.

“The thing as distance”, 2012 by Anna Sagstrom. String, dye, glass, enamel, copper string.

“Untitled (Jokepainting)”, 2006 by Karl Holmqvist.

»This is how we walk on the moon«, by Johanna Billing.

»Selenography II« 2010-2011, drawn reproductions of photocopies by Jenny Åkerlund.

Group of four concrete statues by Carl Nesjar from metal cutouts by Pablo Picasso (after Manet’s painting “Dejeuner sur l’Herbe”) in garden of Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm.

»Neanderthal Landscape«, 2002 by Matts Leiderstam.


“The Sun”, 2003-2007 by Matts Leiderstam. Tables, books, magnifying glass, video projection, paintings and an X-ray image on a light box.


“Ambigous Gestures”, 2004-2009 by Felix Gmelin. Three oil paintings on polyester, three c-prints on paper, a 45 min one-channel DVD and seven fruit boxes in wood and cardboard.

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»Celestograph«, 1894 by August Strindberg.

“Birds”, 2006 by Carsten Höller.

»Copper Reflector«, 2009 by Josef Bull.

»Evil Interiors«, 2003 by Palle Torsson.

“Ibland ser jag mer (Sometimes I see more)”, 2009 by Anna Wignell. Light installation consisting of a search light that is projecting a rectangle of white light on the wall. The format of the rectangle is continously shifting between the video and TV standard aspect ratio 16:9 and 4:3.

»Part of Eternity«, 2003 by Anna Wignell.

»Goodnight mom, goodnight dad«, 2008 by Johan Thurfjell.

The five most ugly faces in the National Gallery“, 1999 by Felix Gmelin.

“Farbtest, Die Rothe Fahne II”, 2005 by Felix Gmelin. Video.

»The Shaman Suit«, 2008, textile sculpture by Nadine Byrne.

Still from »Dolls«, 2008 by Annika Larsson.

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