Monthly Archives: March 2016


“I want to make work that is accessible on a primary level”

Instruction Drawings

The Artist Who Swallowed The World (book), 2006

“some works are about the willingness to be confused beyond everyday utalitarian mentality”

“In the end, art deals witht he difficulty in coping with life – be it by means of a philosophy or a nutritional diet”

“I am interested in the everyday life. All the materials that surrounded me could be useful, as well as the objects, topics involved in contemporary society. My works speak about the whole entity of a human being: the physical, the spiritual, the psychological and the political.”

“Individuality sounds like a joke” (Uli-Ruth-Fabio, 1996, video)


The world is full of objects, more or less interesting; I do not wish to add any more. (Douglas Huebler)

Evelyn O’Connor

Food/disposable/non-sustainable material.

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Ida Ekblad

Shopping trolleys


Jessica Stockholder

Used objects


Mary Evans works are often made of cheap cardboard. There is something political with using cheap or free material (read up on marxism).