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“The Bots (Greek market)” now streaming on KW

New episode of The Bots now streaming on KW: “E6: The Bots (Greek Market)“, featuring Alexandra Marzella!!!

“The Bots (English market)” now streaming on KW

New episode of The Bots now streaming on KW: “E5: The Bots (English Market)”, featuring Jesse Hoffman.

Installation views of Human-in-the-loop

Here’re some installation shots of “Human-in-the-loop“, our solo show at Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden.

Our first outdoor piece in Berlin

“Personal Photographs” installed on C/O Berlin iconic 50’s flipped American flag facade, for the show “Send me an Image”. The work snakes in and out of the exhibition space. Like the invisible images endlessly circulating within its yellow cables it exists in a grey zone between intimate and public. The show features some of our […]

Half Cat spotted in Milan

Half Cat currently installed at Zero Gallery, in Milan, for the group show “Pandemic”…

“The Bots (Turkish market)” now streaming on KW

New episode of The Bots now streaming on KW: “E4: The Bots (Turkish Market)”, featuring Irina Cocimarov.

Nostalgia May 3, 2001, a collab with David Horvitz

One of the new works in “Human-in-the-Loop”, our ongoing solo show at Kunstverein Wiesbaden is a “portrait” of artist friend David Horvitz, here’re some photos and info.

Exhibition catalogue out now!

“Dear Imaginary Audience,” exhibition catalogue with texts by Cory Arcangel, Clément Chéroux, Jodi Dean, Doris Gassert, Fabio Paris, Katrina Sluis, Nadine Wietlisbach, edited by Doris Gassert, Fabio Paris, Mona Schubert, designed by Studio Achermann, Zürich, available at Spector Books.

Say hi to Half Cat!

Half Cat is a new sculpture based on a LOLcat meme, currently installed at Fotomuseum Winterthur for our show “Dear Imaginary Audience,”.

Photos of “Hannah Uncut” at Fotomuseum Winterthur

Photos of Hannah Uncut currently installed at Fotomuseum Winterthur, for our show “Dear Imaginary Audience,”. A thick layer of memory foam covers the floor, keeping a temporary trace of the viewers’ presence.