Fischli / Weiss :Ohne Titel,1995
The piece is composed of about 90 video sequencies of a length from 20 minutes to 2 hours, which makes an archived document of more than 80 hours shown on several monitors. Fragments or excursions through daily life, without staging nor comments. Shown before at the Venice Biennial. Collection of the Kunsthaus in Zurich.
Felix S. Huber, Philip Pocock & Florian Wenz : A description of the Equator and Some OtherLands, 1997
This is an experimental, word-based, film-related Internet project which is scripted and edited by the visitors to the virtual exhibition site as a daily updated series of digital "hypermovies," commanded not by a single scripting and editorial authority as is normally the case in filmmaking, but instead by traces left by those navigating the site, whose words are filtered through a neural net installed on the server, vaulting the users (the "audience") into the screenplay and into their new roles as a global, collaborative group of authors.
Chris Marker : Immemory One, 1997
An installation comprised of a central unit which refers back to four computers, one of which is loop-locked whereas the other three are placed at the disposal of the public. Anyone can click on the menu as he or she wishes and so establish his or her own route in a labyrinth of images.
Eric Lanz :1994/97 Lanz proposes an intelligent questioning of the relationship that man maintains with the world.These dialogues between hands confront the most varied functions of gesture (practical, haptical, graphical, symbolic, mechanical,...) in the abstract space of the same image.