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A sequence of images of inventions and rubbish that strike my fancy and stoke my curiousity.

IAN BURNS, Glacier, 2008, Found object kinetic sculpture producing live video and audio Assembled size: 59” x 24” x 21” Edition of 5. Source: Nettie Horn

Ian Burn’s Glacier is the press image for Sensescapes at Nettie Horn (London) 2/27-3/28, a group exhibition that purports:

Despite the age and universality of this subject, our environment or “landscape” is still a source of investigation since our conscience plays a role in shaping our processes of representation of these environments. In order to develop this reflexion about how we experience “the world” around us, the exhibition will deal with the notion of “sensescapes” – a sensory experience evoking the relation between space and senses, geography and mind.

Installation view of Theory of a family by Ginger Wolfe-Suarez. Source: Silverman Gallery

Still yet to span the gap between Oakland and the Tendernob, but Ginger Wolfe-Suarez‘ exhibition, Theory of a family, at Silverman Gallery in San Francisco 2/5-3/13 looks utterly fascinating. Sign me up.

Installation view of Graham Dolphin's work at Spasticus Artisticus. Source: Ceri Hand Gallery

Graham Dolphin’s work (pictured) is just some of the slightly ludicrous, Mike Kelly-ish artistic production on view in Spasticus Artisticus,
Curated by Jota Castro & Christian Viveros-Faune at Ceri Hand Gallery
(Liverpool) 1/12-1/27. Can’t make it out to Liverpool? See large images of the exhibition online. Photos can’t replace first-hand experience with art objects and videos, but if the other option is missing the exhibition entirely, I’ll take the photos.

Jeppe Hein, Mobile Mobile, 2010, Exercise bike, steel construction, chain drive, mirrors, Variable dimensions. Source: NicolaiWallner.com

Jeppe Hein’s Millieu Social at Galleri Nicolai Wallner (Copenhagen) 1/29-3/20

A live situation by Pierre Huyghe. Photo: Ola Rindal. Source: E-Flux.com

This mysterious and lovely photo promoting A live situation, an ongoing project by Pierre Huyghe, consisting of a series of situations performed on 10/31/09, 2/14/10, and 5/1/10.

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