Bio Nihil

Bio Nihil



Mircea Cantor

(pho by jaś)

Doube Heads Matches. 2002-2003

from the beginning, paris-based romanian artist mircea cantor has been interested in border zones between art and lfe, economy and society politics and nation, and the various modes of expression (blablabla). for this reason, while some of his works elaborate on a phenomenom tied to a specific place and time, other only allude to his questions of inters, often using an association of ideas.

text from "over the counter" exh in Mucsarnok. Budapest.



Josef Chochol

Cubist houses in Vyšehrad, Prague, Czech Republic, 1913


and second one:

(best windows ever)

via Wiki

Pavel Büchler

"in the late atumn of 1980 i found a small lime tree with a broken branch near my house on the embankment of the river vltava . i picked the dy leaves from the living branches and left those on the damaged port of the tree."



A Kassen

Minus roof

"Part of the roof is temporarily removed from the exhibitionspace for the production of two video sequences. One video sequence filmed from the exhibitionroom up into the sky and the other video sequence filmed from the aircraft down on the building. While the roof is off visitors are invited to board flights from the local airfield and view the exhibitionroom from above."

Miks Mitrevics


"I spent several months living at a residence in Innsbruck at the root of the mountain there. One day, using my small camera and a stand, I started to film short videos wherein I documented how I was ascending the mountain. It was possible to shoot only 4-minute videos at once. Here, the idea for the structure of the work was born. –Every new day I would come back where I left yesterday and continue to document my gradual way upwards. This went on as I ascended the ever-steeper mountain path. I also became painfully aware of my personal limits when compared to the grandeur of the mountain.

After more than a month of regular rising, in defiance of myself and in spite of the mountain, this path was the vehicle whereby I reached the top of the mountain. From the top of the mountain the sight of the valley bellow greets one. Rather typical landscape at that, seen on the postcards so very often. However, after a month this particular sight had acquired a new, very personal meaning to me.

Surprisingly, it turned out that it is possibly to reach this mountaintop with a lift, just in ten minutes."



Pete Dungey


"If we planted one of those in every hole, it would be like a forest in the road" Passing Pedestrian.

A series of public installations highlighting the problem of surface imperfections on Britain's roads.

Bruno Kammerl

Anthony Pappalardo & William Strobeck

"Circle Board in New York City"

Nils Bech

Chris Brans



Marjolijn Dijkman

"Tree exchange, between the The Netherlands and Bialowieza Primeval Forest in Poland"


"'All alone among the stars' is an exchange project between two young oak trees of similar size and age, one from 13HA and one from Bialowieza National Park at the border with Belarus. Besides questioning the authenticity of the two forests it tried to illuminate the complex and impossible relationship between them. In contrast to the Netherlands where all nature is constructed, Bialowieza Primeval Park is a natural primeval forest, the largest in Europe."

Jeroen Jongeleen

Painted House, Wanicastraat 59 Paramaribo Suriname, 2008



Ivars Gravlejs

"The video work "Mobile" is about an individual who like to watch and show porn movies to others. This individual, on the margins of society and who doesn't perceive or understand the current forms of artistic expression, is played by myself.
During visits to exhibitions I tried to convince exhibition visitors that watching porn is much more interesting than wasting time looking at a boring and inexpressive exhibition."



Voina Group

"Best street art of the year. Promesing art scene in Russia…"

"The bystanders can appreciate this street art masterpiece, on Liteiny Bridge in St. Petersburg, only when drawbridge rises up."

"Two fire vehicles were called to remove the masterpiece."

se also

i wczesniejsza ich praca




“riot”, 1999: For the last two months, an anonymous group of young artists have been manipulating company logos on skyscrapers around Frankfurt. First the DG Bank sign was transformed into the legendary Pacman Icon. With the simple addition of a black spot. Next the illuminated type on top of the Marriott Hotel was reduced to a more profane “riot”.”


Theo Watson

"Auto Smiley"


Auto Smiley is a computer vision application that runs in the background while you work. The software analyzes your face while you are working and if it detects a smile it sends the the ascii smiley face letters “: )” as keyboard presses to the front most application. Auto Smiley has many uses from just straight up convenience to enforcing honesty in your online communication :)


Kacie Kinzer


"TweenBots are human-dependent robots that navigate the city with the help of the people they meet. The bots themselves are relatively 'dumb', but equipped with cuteness, they manage to get strangers to interact and collaborate."




Brad Downey

Helium Poubelle, 2008

Brad Downey

"Walking around Paris and placing helium balloons in the public garbage bins. The Parisians are afraid of terrorists just like every other Western city. So, they have replaced their traditional trash cans with these fancy new green ones. These are cool because all the garbage is exposed. The best part of this project was watching the kids take the balloons."

Robin Hewlett and Ben Kinsley

"Runners from around the city formed a pack and took a jog down Sampsonia Way to create the impression of a marathon. "

scene "Street View Marathon" from "Street With A View" project
by Robin Hewlett and Ben Kinsley

"Street With A View introduces fiction, both subtle and spectacular, into the doppelganger world of Google Street View.

On May 3rd 2008, artists Robin Hewlett and Ben Kinsley invited the Google Inc. Street View team and residents of Pittsburgh’s Northside to collaborate on a series of tableaux along Sampsonia Way. Neighbors, and other participants from around the city, staged scenes ranging from a parade and a marathon, to a garage band practice, a seventeenth century sword fight, a heroic rescue and much more... "


Frederik van Simaey

"The sky is the limit"

Frederik van Simaey

Julien Berthier

"Love-love is the permanent and mobile image of a wrecked ship that has become a functional and safe leisure object."

Julien Berthier



zaproszenie - ZBIORY - wystawa


na wystawę, która może nie będzie całkiem skończona,
ale na pewno będzie przykładem na to, że każdy po zebraniu darmowych materiałów może złożyć podobną.
Do czego jak najbardziej zachęcam.

(Wystawa nie jest idealnym określeniem. Raczej "zbiór". Jak zbiór zdjęć z wakacji ułożonych w albumie.)

na wystawie prezentowane będą prace 32 artystów:

Vahram Aghasyan
Paweł Althamer
Guy Ben-Ner
Willi Baumeister
Joseph Beuys
Olaf Brzeski
Bogna Burska
Leandro Da Costa
Thomas Eller
Jarosław Fliciński
Paweł Jarodzki
Iwona Kobryń-Gałązka
Szymon Kobylarz
Jarosław Kozłowski
Agnieszka Kurant
Zoe Leonard
Ernesto Neto
Yoko Ono
Lydia Panas
Włodzimierz Pawlak
Francois van Reenen
Wilhelm Sasnal
Tomas Schmit
Richard Serra
Herbert Tobias
Jorn Vanhofen
Ai WeiWei
Marek Włodarski
Julita Wójcik
Honza Zamojski
Artur Żmijewski

Jaś Domicz


wystawa od 5 lutego otwarta po umowieniu telefonicznym lub mailowym
tel. 697 548 025


Monica Studer and Christoph van den Berg

Hotel Vue des Alpes

"is a fictional, hotel, accessable only through the internet. Visitors can log in to the website, book a room and walk around to enjoy the scenery. You can stay there for a few days (short stay only)… The view from the rooms is breathtaking!"

City Harvest


David Thorne and/or Jane Gilles


I'll spend the money on
drugs instead


HTML Color Codes - Noah Venezia / Michael Demers

HTML Color Codes
Curated by Carolyn Kane for Rhizome September, 2009

The Rainbow Website
by Noah Venezia

Color Field Painting ("Where," after Morris Louis)
by Michael Demers

"The HTML Color Codes exhibition features a selection of internet based artwork that address the topic of digital color. The central question that the exhibition poses is whether or not artists working with the internet are in fact limited to a “ready-made” color palette, a premise that many artists working with film, photography, and mass produced, standardized paint sets have assumed. The rationale for this question stems from theories of perception that argue that color is a not ready-made object found in a paint set or machine, but rather it is an experience that results from a complex process of light interacting with the retina and human nervous system."