Schlossstrasse 9/9a

Les Schliesser, Idealne niewidoczne muzeum/

The four-dimensional Architect, 2006

Installation (sculpture, paintings, video)

Courtesy of the artists & European Art Projects

Photo: Krzysztof Zieliński / European Art Projects

Les Schliesser, The four-dimensional Architect, 2006

Video, loop

Photo: Krzysztof Zieliński / European Art Projects

Further images of the installation

Kai Schiemenz

Left: Ballon, 2003

Woodcut, hand coloured, 122,2 x 189 cm

Right: o.T., 2004

Woodcut, hand coloured, 164 x 132 cm

Courtesy of the artist

Photo: Krzysztof Zieliński / European Art Projects

Daniel Roth

Gate of Invisibility, 2005

2 part installation, wood, pencil on paper,

C-print, earth, styrodur, glue, paint

57 x 83 x 38 cm and 105 x 70 x 25 cm

Courtesy of the artist & Meyer Riegger, Karlsruhe

Photo: Krzysztof Zieliński / European Art Projects

Katarzyna Józefowicz, Habitat, 1993–96

Paper, cardboard; approx. 1,000 parts, dimensions variable

Courtesy of the artist / Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw

Photos: Krzysztof Zieliński / European Art Projects

Detail

Katarzyna Józefowicz installation Games in Zamość

David Maljković

Scene for a New Heritage, 2004 - 06

Drawings & collages; video projection 4:33 min

Entrance

Courtesy of the artist & Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam

Photos: Krzysztof Zieliński / European Art Projects

David Maljković, Scene for a New Heritage, 2004 - 06

Main space. On the right: Vojin Bakic, Model, 1978

with special thanks to the Bakic family

Works which are characterised by a poetic approach to architecture are to be found

within the intimate context of four apartments: individual mythologies, enchanted places,

invented buildings. Daniel Roth and Kai Schiemenz present views on fictive worlds and places,

while the real delapidating monument to the partisans by Croatian architect Vojin Bakic

irritates and confuses its future re-discoverers in David Maljkovic's Scenes for a New Heritage.

Katarzyna Józefowicz constructs her own perfect Habitat, an entire city in just one room

and Les Schliesser sets-up a temporary lodging for a time-travelling, fictive architect.