Public intervention: sculptor's walk across Vienna with the octopuss sculpture towards where Berneker's studio used to be
At the performance the two naked artists and the curator were playing Ludo (Mensch agrere dich nicht). The adaptation of Duchamp playing chess with a nude model.
Street performance in which passersby pay money to have discussions with intellectuals and artists
Experimental poetry and dance performance
A group of artists reading the art texts in public on several occasions in different cities. Ongoing project.
Video animation for two poems
The human figure with a pig’s head, made of lard, represents something attractive: the subcutaneous fat was - in baroque, and not only then – considered aesthetic, even erotic. For many it may be repulsive or just a joke.
24 hours of pulling out the body hair with a pincete. Later the hair was agglutinated into the material for the shirt.
Slavoj Žižek's portrait in nanoscale is a symbol of the vanishing point of postmodern perspective that has met its end.
Street performance with Boštjan Gorenc Pižama, dressed as the Proteus anguinus - Carnium
Street performance that contemplates the meaning of art for different audiences
Rethinking the meaning of sculpture through old Michelangelo's advice: 'The sculpture is what remains, when you throw it downhill'.
Public intervention of the three sculptors as their comment on (non-existing) politics of public sculptures
Artist performing with watercolor in the window shop