Art Exhibit 1: Unknown Artist, Container filled with potentially rancid biological material (found art, 2012)
Art Exhibit 2: Unknown Artist, Body dump alley (found art, 2011)
Art Exhibit 3: Jolie Fejer & Viliam Hrubovcak, Viva La Dada, Baby! (2012)
From Dada Reboot’s programme:
A personal tribute to Marcel Duchamp’s famous urinal. His famous “Readymade” in 1917 at The Society of Independent Artists, in New York and aptly named it “The Fountain”. It caused a huge uproar at the time, but today is considered to be one of the seminal works of 20th Century Art.
Art Exhibit 4: Manuel Chantre, Double (2012)
Double is a three-dimensional audio-visual installation exploring duplicity: a structure transitioning into its own duplicate with the assistance of obscure, broken, and partial edges that criss-cross and gather.
Art Exhibit 5: Takin Aghdashloo, Tehran Dance (found art, 2012)
From the Arta Gallery programme:
“Tehran Dance” is a 1991 found video footage of a wedding party in Tehran, Iran. Juxtaposing the modern and the traditional, the sexually segregated religious guests are entertained by a group of young Iranian break-dancers. The video depicts an image of the divided social values in the post-revolution, post Iran-Iraq war Iranian society.
Art Exhibit 6: Unknown Artist, Deflated Udders (found art, 2012)