»Nogales« pairs a single 35mm slide-image of the walled town of Nogales, divided along the US/Mexican border, with an audio recording of Ronald Reagan’s famous speech at the Berlin Wall, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”, 2008 by Maryam Jafri.

“Cheese”, 2000 by Christian Moeller. On camera, six actresses each try to hold a smile for as long as they could, up to one and half hours. Each ongoing smile is scrutinized by a emotion recognition system and whenever the display of happiness fell below a certain threshold, an alarm alerted them to show more sincerity.

»Miss High Times«, 2008 by Michael Phelan.

»Six Hyperbolic Horizon Lines«, 2006 by Alyson Shotz.

No. 3 from the series “A Space Formerly Known as a Museum“, 2007 by Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani.

“Holodust” by Jeff Han.

“Wubbo Music”, 2007 by Oliver Payne & Nick Relph. De-tuned wind chimes.

“Soil Core Samples from The Lightning Field” by Uffe Holm. (Adhesive foil, fluorescent light tubes, lightning fixtures, electrical wires, timer).

»Cenotaph to 12 Riverford Road, Pollokshaws, Glasgow«, 2008 (recycled concrete and building detritus from demolished housing estate) by Cyprien Gaillard.

»4.000 BLACK POSTERS«, 2008 by Santiago Sierra.

»Scenic Overlooks«, 2005 by Ayse Erkmen offers an homage to a way of experiencing images that is slowly dying out. Eighty-four landscapes (generic desert, mountain, and forest images purchased from a data bank) were projected onto the barrier wall. These oversize electronic postcards unfold gradually in uneven sections, from top to bottom, like an image file opening on a computer with a slow modem connection.

»Sir Norman Reid«, 2005 by Simon Dybbroe Møller.

»Fedex® Kraft Box ©2005 FEDEX 330504 REV 10/05 CC, Fedex International 2-Day, Los Angeles-Brussels«, 2008 (two-way mirror glass with safety glass laminated, silicon) by Walead Beshty.

»Broken Mirror Cubes«, 2005 by Jeppe Hein.

“Untitled (Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes mystic truths)”, 2006 by Peter Coffin.

“The Sun is Always Setting Somewhere Else”, by Lisa Oppenheim. 35mm slide projection using images downloaded from the internet of sunsets taken by soldiers in Iraq, then positioned in front of the setting sun in New York.

»Artificial Sunset«, 2008 by Allison Wermager.

“44˚”, 2008 by Tina Z’Rotz and Markus Schwander.

“Light Carpet”, 2008 by Thomas Baumann. Video

“Lichtbilder”, 2003-2005 by Ruth Schnell. The letters are transformed into high-frequency light-pulses. The messages emerge by horizontally moving the visual field.

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