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Emilie Louise Gossiaux, Dancing with London, 2021, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: In a large hall with white walls and a light floor, there are two white dog figures with closed eyes, standing on their respective hind legs. The dogs face each other and stretch their front paws in the direction of the other dog. At the upper edge of the picture is the detail of a black wall painting.
Emilie Louise Gossiaux, Dancing with London, 2021, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: In a large hall with white walls and a light floor, there are two white dog figures with closed eyes, standing on their respective hind legs. The dogs face each other and stretch their front paws in the direction of the other dog. At the upper edge of the picture is the detail of a black wall painting.
Emilie Louise Gossiaux: Dancing with London

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Shannon Finnegan, Do you want us here or not, 2018, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: A bench with a thin wooden frame and a blue cover. On the backrest, in handwritten white capital letters, it reads “It was hard to get here”. On the seat the same font says: “Rest here if you agree”.
Shannon Finnegan, Do you want us here or not, 2018, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: A bench with a thin wooden frame and a blue cover. On the backrest, in handwritten white capital letters, it reads “It was hard to get here”. On the seat the same font says: “Rest here if you agree”.
Shannon Finnegan: Do you want us here or not (MMK)

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Jillian Crochet, Does this feel normal, 2019, film still. Image description: The film still shows a top view of a round stone lying on a green and white patterned tablecloth. A red reflex hammer approaches the stone from above.
Jillian Crochet, Does this feel normal, 2019, film still. Image description: The film still shows a top view of a round stone lying on a green and white patterned tablecloth. A red reflex hammer approaches the stone from above.
Jillian Chrochet: Does this feel normal

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Judith Hopf, Hospital Bone Dance, 2006, film still. Image description: four people, three tall and one short, are in a hospital corridor. The tall persons in the background are wrapped in white cloth and gauze and resemble mummies. In the foreground is a small person with eyes closed, left arm outstretched, wearing a black ninja suit, the head also wrapped in gauze.
Judith Hopf, Hospital Bone Dance, 2006, film still. Image description: four people, three tall and one short, are in a hospital corridor. The tall persons in the background are wrapped in white cloth and gauze and resemble mummies. In the foreground is a small person with eyes closed, left arm outstretched, wearing a black ninja suit, the head also wrapped in gauze.
Judith Hopf: Hospital Bone Dance

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Judith Hopf, Untitled, 2021, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: A light-colored, massive concrete block on four thin metal rods, of which the front left one is somewhat shortened. To compensate, a wooden wedge was pushed under the shortened rod. In the background is a similar figure. On the concrete blocks animal-like faces with ears in quick black strokes were drawn, so that the concrete blocks resemble sheep.
Judith Hopf, Untitled, 2021, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: A light-colored, massive concrete block on four thin metal rods, of which the front left one is somewhat shortened. To compensate, a wooden wedge was pushed under the shortened rod. In the background is a similar figure. On the concrete blocks animal-like faces with ears in quick black strokes were drawn, so that the concrete blocks resemble sheep.
Judith Hopf: Untitled

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Jillian Crochet, It’s Ok, 2019, film still. Image description: Filmed from the angle of a head-mounted camera, a hand caresses a cactus plant with firm spines.
Jillian Crochet, It’s Ok, 2019, film still. Image description: Filmed from the angle of a head-mounted camera, a hand caresses a cactus plant with firm spines.
Jillian Crochet: It's ok

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Jillian Crochet, Primordial preservation, 2019. Image description: Pictured is an IV pole with an IV bag, containing bright yellow liquid, attached to it. At the other end of the pole from which the bag hangs, a green velvet rope is looped snake-like in a loose loop.
Jillian Crochet, Primordial preservation, 2019. Image description: Pictured is an IV pole with an IV bag, containing bright yellow liquid, attached to it. At the other end of the pole from which the bag hangs, a green velvet rope is looped snake-like in a loose loop.
Jillian Crochet: Primordial preservation

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Shannon Finnegan, The only thing I like about stairs is that they can be used as a place to sit in a pinch, 2021, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: Between two white walls there is a narrow wooden staircase. The first three steps of the staircase are equipped with blue cushions, on the left side in front of the staircase there is a rounded metal handle. The staircase was photographed from a side angle, so that it is not possible to see where the staircase leads to.
Shannon Finnegan, The only thing I like about stairs is that they can be used as a place to sit in a pinch, 2021, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: Between two white walls there is a narrow wooden staircase. The first three steps of the staircase are equipped with blue cushions, on the left side in front of the staircase there is a rounded metal handle. The staircase was photographed from a side angle, so that it is not possible to see where the staircase leads to.
Shannon Finnegan: The only thing I like about stairs is that they can be used as a place to sit in a pinch

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Michelle Miles, hand model, 2018, film still. Image description: A woman's hand holds a bright orange against a light blue, slightly crumpled background of fabric.
Michelle Miles, hand model, 2018, film still. Image description: A woman's hand holds a bright orange against a light blue, slightly crumpled background of fabric.
Michelle Miles: Hand model

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Alex Dolores Salerno, Pillow Fight, 2019—ongoing. Image description: Three beige pillowcases and a blanket cover in the same color are partially filled with small rectangular objects, dimly you can see medicine packaging. The four covers stand in a corner, the two upper tips of each cover are nailed to the white wall.
Alex Dolores Salerno, Pillow Fight, 2019—ongoing. Image description: Three beige pillowcases and a blanket cover in the same color are partially filled with small rectangular objects, dimly you can see medicine packaging. The four covers stand in a corner, the two upper tips of each cover are nailed to the white wall.
Alex Dolores Salerno: Pillow Fight

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Michelle Miles, How did we get here?, 2018, film still. Image description: The film still shows a partially dark red, partially pink liquid distributed against a white background. The abstract shapes give the impression that the paint has been poured into water. The form in the center of the image resembles an anatomical heart.
Michelle Miles, How did we get here?, 2018, film still. Image description: The film still shows a partially dark red, partially pink liquid distributed against a white background. The abstract shapes give the impression that the paint has been poured into water. The form in the center of the image resembles an anatomical heart.
Michelle Miles: How did we get here?

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Pepe Espaliú, Paseo del amigo, 1993, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: Three wooden crutches in front of a white wall on a light wooden floor. The cushions of the crutches have different shapes and colors, in light green, light yellow and dark blue.
Pepe Espaliú, Paseo del amigo, 1993, photo: Axel Schneider. Image description: Three wooden crutches in front of a white wall on a light wooden floor. The cushions of the crutches have different shapes and colors, in light green, light yellow and dark blue.
Pepe Espaliú

Audio description by Oscar Fernandez on the work of Pepe Espaliú
Alex Dolores Salerno, At Work (In Protest and in Care), 2018. Image description: In a room with white walls and a gray floor lies a mat that is about ten centimeters high and white at the edges. The top of the mat is made of dark gray rubber and looks like a safety floor that prevents you from slipping.
Alex Dolores Salerno, At Work (In Protest and in Care), 2018. Image description: In a room with white walls and a gray floor lies a mat that is about ten centimeters high and white at the edges. The top of the mat is made of dark gray rubber and looks like a safety floor that prevents you from slipping.
Alex Dolores Salerno: At Work (In Protest and in Care)

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Brothers Sick, Right To Rest In The Rythm Of The Sick, 2021. Image description: The black and white graphic shows three medicine bottles of different sizes lying on their sides on a textile surface with the bottom facing towards the camera. Above this photograph are four circles that become smaller and smaller towards the center of the image and are composed of the letters of the title of the work: “Right To Rest In The Rythm Of The Sick”.
Brothers Sick, Right To Rest In The Rythm Of The Sick, 2021. Image description: The black and white graphic shows three medicine bottles of different sizes lying on their sides on a textile surface with the bottom facing towards the camera. Above this photograph are four circles that become smaller and smaller towards the center of the image and are composed of the letters of the title of the work: “Right To Rest In The Rythm Of The Sick”.
Brothers Sick: Right To Rest In The Rythm Of The Sick

Here you can find the artist statements as well as the work descriptions of the Brothers Sick to their artworks in text form.


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Brothers Sick, Work Will Not Set Us Free, 2021. Image description: Different X-ray images are superimposed, for example of a lung and a heart. The X-ray images were mirrored vertically so that the motif is doubled. At the top and bottom in black and white letters “Work will not set us free” is written.
Brothers Sick, Work Will Not Set Us Free, 2021. Image description: Different X-ray images are superimposed, for example of a lung and a heart. The X-ray images were mirrored vertically so that the motif is doubled. At the top and bottom in black and white letters “Work will not set us free” is written.
Brothers Sick: Work Will Not Set Us Free

Here you can find the artist statements as well as the work descriptions of the Brothers Sick to their artworks in text form.


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Brothers Sick, Pareidolia (Vaccinate Now), 2021. Image description: The black and white graphic features a silhouette of a person in profile holding a syringe in one hand. The silhouette has been mirrored both vertically and horizontally so that the figure apperars in each corner of the graphic. Written above the figures in varying font sizes from top to bottom is “Stop Rationing Care”, “Stop Medical Apartheid”, “Vaccinate Now”, “Global inoculation against viral fascism”, “end eugenics” and at the bottom of the image “end vaccine hoarding”.
Brothers Sick, Pareidolia (Vaccinate Now), 2021. Image description: The black and white graphic features a silhouette of a person in profile holding a syringe in one hand. The silhouette has been mirrored both vertically and horizontally so that the figure apperars in each corner of the graphic. Written above the figures in varying font sizes from top to bottom is “Stop Rationing Care”, “Stop Medical Apartheid”, “Vaccinate Now”, “Global inoculation against viral fascism”, “end eugenics” and at the bottom of the image “end vaccine hoarding”.
Brothers Sick: Pareidolia (Vaccinate Now)

Here you can find the artist statements as well as the work descriptions of the Brothers Sick to their artworks in text form.


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Brothers Sick, Action Access, 2021. Image description: The image shows gray cobblestones. At the bottom left of the image is a blue protective mask, and at the top and bottom is lettering. The top lettering is in Hebrew and means "Do not set barriers," an excerpt from the Torah (Leviticus 19:14). The lower part of the image says “Action Access”, in the right center of the picture is a golden stumbling stone.
Brothers Sick, Action Access, 2021. Image description: The image shows gray cobblestones. At the bottom left of the image is a blue protective mask, and at the top and bottom is lettering. The top lettering is in Hebrew and means "Do not set barriers," an excerpt from the Torah (Leviticus 19:14). The lower part of the image says “Action Access”, in the right center of the picture is a golden stumbling stone.
Brothers Sick: Action Access

Here you can find the artist statements as well as the work descriptions of the Brothers Sick to their artworks in text form.


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