Jeremy Ayer. “Beyond Abandon,” 2018. Giclée on polyester, magnets, shelf, overhead projector.
Clifford E. Bruckmann. “Social Mobility,” 2018. Acrylic on resin-coated chipboard, powder-coated steel, plastic.
Philip Frowein. “Hollow Grounds—Volumes Rising,” 2018. Installation with inkjet prints, slide projection, video.
Désirée Myriam Gnaba. “The Eleven Second Route to Glory,” 2018. Audiovisual installation.
Adrian Hanselmann. “The invention of solitude. Lonely lives in lonely worlds,” 2018. Book.
Vanessà Heer and Sarah Züst. “The Manifold Inexhaustible Path from a Thousand Encounters and Transformations of Undulipodia,” 2018. In collaboration with: Caroline Ann Baur (text), Martina Buzzi and Nicolas Buzzi (sound), Paola Caputo (documentation), Michael Grieder (text), Frida-Lovisa Hamann (speaker), and Bart de Hartog (installation). Wood, wire mesh, cable ties, paste, paper, spray, sound, nap foam, LED.
Dijan Kahrimanovic. “Art and Money,” 2018. Loaded pickup truck, sound.
Maya Lama. “Untitled 1 from Tracing Scrolling Paper Series,” 2018. 0.3mm black ink pen, 0.5mm black ink pen, fine tipped fluorescent coral red marker, yellow ink brush marker on paper.
Matthias Liechti. “Gate (Shimmering Department Store),” 2018. Galvanized steel.
Romain Mader. “Shadow Parker,” 2018. Mixed media installation with various paintings, video.
Marisa Meier. “LowDefinition,” 2018. Four-channel video installation.
Javor Milanov. “2018,” 2018. “Opa cupa,” 2018. “Dog,” 2018. Oil on canvas.
Fidel Morf. “asdlf punctum,” 2018. Plexiglas, hot-dipped galvanized steel, light, smoke, graphite on paper, foil.
Angi Nend. “35qm,” 2018. Reduction of the exhibition space by thirty-five square meters.
Evan Ruetsch. “Even in a black and white film, the colors of the orcas are the same,” 2018. Brick chalet in Plexiglas showcase on battened roof platform.
Claudia Stöckli. “Floating in liquid borderless matter,” 2018. Mixed media installation with performance, ceramic objects, concrete slab, fireclay slab, water, freezer, iPhone, iPads, speakers, analog synthesizer, mixer, laptop, keyboard, cables, microphones, inkjet prints, contact microphones, video.
Aurélie Strumans. “My glance flattened on the surface of the screen,” 2018. Mixed media installation with performance, inkjet prints, sand, pebbles, mortar, concrete, tensioning set, hooks, video, sound.
Raphael Stucky. “With the Hammer Band,” 2018. Performance.
Veli & Amos. “Safety No.1 Priority, Ex.1,” 2018. Video projection.
Jan Vorisek. “Amplified Sludge,” 2017–2018. Wood, metal, plastic, paint.
Raphael Stucky. “Balancing,” “Drumming,” ”Bending,” ”Blowing,” “Reparing,” “Rattling,” “Dragging,” “Chewing,” “Beating,” “Singing,” “Brushing,” “Pushing,” “Forming,” “Picking,” “Sawing,” “Hammering,” “Screaming,” 2018. Fired ceramics, wooden tables.
Angi Nend. “Balance,” 2018. Performance.
Dominic Neuwirth. "The Sobjekt as the ground plan of its own storage,” 2018. Slat bench, wasp nest, book, slate on MDF, wall, sound transducer, sound.
Jeremy Ayer. “Beyond Abandon,” 2018. Giclée on polyester, magnets, shelf, overhead projector.