Dada Ball – Weststr. 60, Zürich

Posted on March 5, 2016

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Switzer Land – projection at Down State Festival, Koch Areal Zürich

Posted on January 29, 2016

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Outside In – Visual Politics exhibition at Regionale, Palazzo Liestal

Posted on December 10, 2015

Do Not Sit – during Art Basel at Taktil, Basel

Posted on June 16, 2015

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Plattenbau – Trash & Treasure exhibition, Urban Series, Istanbul

Posted on March 15, 2015

Achtung – wall mural at the library of Macar Kültür Merkezi, Istanbul

Posted on November 1, 2014

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Entdeckung – guest of Deuxpiece at Vanishing Point exhibition in Ausstellungsraum Klingental, Basel

Posted on September 6, 2014

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Gratis Projekt – Trudel in Berlin – solo exhibition at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin

Posted on March 1, 2014

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Tetthely /Crime Scene/ – public intervention at Budapest

Posted on October 15, 2013

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The -Crime scene- is a public art project aiming to draw attention to the new Hungarian law that criminalizes homelessness. We took the victim-s contour image from thriller scenes to visualize the deadly effects of such inhuman legislation. Eight artists pasted down white insulating-tape contours around each other on a roofed passage-way-s pavement in Budapest, where many homeless people used to find their shelter. As the new law come into effect today (15.10.2013), they become indictable there. The act of laying down on the pavement is a substantial part of the realization: thus one could invest him- or herself for a few minutes in a character of a wanting person. We believe public space belongs to all of us, and banning poor people to be there is a crime.

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Alltagsdenkmal – Goldene Säge – site specific intervention at the Pataphysische Topoligien exhibition, Pataphisische Institut Basel

Posted on October 1, 2013

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‘Im Pataphysische Institut Basel wurde eine Werkstatt in einem Abrisshaus zum Freiraum für künstlerische Ideen umfunktioniert. Die Pataphysiker laden darin zu dadaistischen Spinnereien und philosophischen Dialogen.

Wie das funktioniert? «Es ist eben Pataphysik, da geht alles!» Ursle Schneider lacht. Die Fotografin ist zusammen mit ihrem Velokurier-Kollegen Benjamin Schmid die Initiantin der Ausstellung «Pataphysische Topologien». Die beiden haben alles unter dem Hut der Pataphysik gestellt. Diese Lebensphilosophie, so Schneider, sei eine «Wissenschaft für imaginäre Lösungen für nichtexistierende Probleme», eine Art dadaistische Spinnerei, die besagt, dass man nichts unversucht lassen soll, wo doch alles eh zum Scheitern verurteilt sei.’

/ Naomi Gregoris, Tageswoche

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