WORKS SHOWS ABOUT

 

Let us consider two


Boris Groys, “In the Flow”

 

 

 

 

BEFNOED at the Centre de la Photographie Genève


First photos of BEFNOED installed at the Centre de la Photographie Genève, for the exhibition Neoglobalidad, if you visit take photos pls!

 

 

 

 

By embedding starlight into



Richard B. Woodward, “Dare to Be Famous: Self-Exploitation and the Camera”.

 

 

 

 

No Fun at the local Deli


Eva and Franco Mattes, No Fun

Speaking of alternative spaces for exhibs, here’s hyperrealism installed at the local Deli… check out the photos to get a better idea. We showed No Fun. Next time you hear artists complaining there’s no space for art send them here ;-)

 

 

 

 

Don’t Follow the Wind at the Yokohama Triennale


Eva and Franco Mattes, Don't Follow The Wind

Eva and Franco Mattes, Don't Follow The Wind

Eva and Franco Mattes, Don't Follow The Wind

Eva and Franco Mattes, Don't Follow The Wind

Don’t Follow the Wind is participating in the 2017 Yokohama Triennale, opening tonight! Here’re a few shots of the 360 degree video on the project, inside headsets made by 3 generations of a family in Fukushima, and our wallpaper.

 

 

 

 

No Fun at Alt-facts


Eva and Franco Mattes, No Fun

Installation of our work No Fun at Postmasters, video running on an old laptop lying on an inflatable mattress. In the background are William Powhida’s Didactics. The exhib, opening tonight, is titled Alt-facts: “It’s not always possible to sort out fact from fiction, but to believe that everything is a lie is to know nothing.”

 

 

 

 

Waffle Falling Over Ceiling Cat


Eva and Franco Mattes, Ceiling Cat

Eva and Franco Mattes, Ceiling Cat

Ceiling Cat is watching you… Installed at Kunstverein Wolfsburg, for the show “Waffle Falling Over – Internetmeme, Kulturalisierung des Gewöhnlichen“.

 

 

 

 

Art & Protest on Frieze


Eva and Franco Mattes

We’ve been invited by Frieze magazine to contribute to this month issue: “How Important is Art as a Form of Protest?”. For our contribution we hired several, anonymous, crowdsourced workers through an online marketplace and asked them to protest in front of their webcams. We do not know who or where they are, and we couldn’t ultimately predict what would result from our request. We couldn’t disagree more with some of the protesters, particularly those sympathetic to the US president, and yet we could not ignore them. Maybe the internet itself has become a form of protest to preconceived ideas of class, public space and employment?

 

 

 

 

A Walk in Fukushima at Art in General


Don't Follow the Wind

Photos of our event “Don’t Follow the Wind: A Walk in Fukushima”, at Art in General, thanks for coming over and watching our 360 video. Hosted by Laurel Ptak, all photos by Kota Takeuchi.

 

 

 

 

Dark Content at the Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne


Eva and Franco Mattes, Dark Content

Eva and Franco Mattes, Dark Content

Eva and Franco Mattes, Dark Content

“Dark Content” installation at the Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne