Projects having a public appearance.

Bodycloud at Duende Exhibition

Bodycloud sculptures, prints and video were shown during Duende Exhibition at Rote Fabrik Zurich.

Artists: Gauri Gill, Jann Clavadetscher, Juan Carlos Alom, Navid Tschopp, Raphael Hefti, Raphael Perret, Sam Porritt, Sahej Rahal and Shreyas Karle
Curated by: Gitanjali Dang
Opening: Wednesday, June 19, 6.30 to 9 pm
Dates: June 20 – 25
A Khanabadosh initiative

The Gate

"The Gate" at CAN

It doesn’t matter whether you are standing in India, Egypt, the US of A or somewhere in Europe, the metal detector has become a universal symbol of security in the urban landscape. The metal detector gate has become common language, a point of performance, where individuals of all kind pass through and become civilized citizens. Regardless whether the gate is plugged or not, not working at all, equipped with the latest crop of technology or the gate beeps furiously but nobody reacts, the act of performance stays the same.

My version of the gate is very democratic as it beeps and shines its rainbow light for everyone.

CAN, Centre d’art Neuchâtel, À la recherche de la bohème perdue, May 25th to July 7th 2013

"The Gate" in action


For a long time, I had an eye on metal detectors. Though the beauties below sparked my imagination.

Checkpoint in Delhi 2012

Back entrance, Delhi, 2012


Cabaret Vulgaire


The Win Win Situation is taking part at 7th international Dadafestival, 15. – 23.6.2012 at Perla Moden Zurich.

Conflux Part 2

It was a wonderful trip to a great exhibition.
A warm thank you goes to Michaela Murphy, Kate Shannon and  John Thrasher.
See more at confluxexhibition.com

All images by Kate Shannon






Bodycloud will be presented at Conflux exhibition 19.1. – 2.3.2012 at The Pearl Connard Art Gallery, The Ohio State University at Mansfield, Ohio USA

Uamo Festival 2011


The Win Win Situation will be shown at UAMO Festival 2011 27. – 30.10.2011 at ehemalige Togalwerke München

Utopia on the Abyss


Stormy Times in/ on/ at the Market will be shown from 5.9. – 13.11.2011 at the National Gallery Prag

Stormy Times in/ on/ at the Market

Of bubbles and crashes – insert more coins

This time it’s a coin operated room installation. Insert a coin and … “What goes up must come down” by The Alan Parson Project starts playing, your coin rolls down a ledge and ends up in a copper bucket producing a wonderful “ping” sound. Furthermore a fan blows number balloons around, which represent dates of recent stock market crashes.

Installed at National Gallery Prag, Spare Time Utopia – Utopia on the Abyss, 5.9. – 13.11.2011





Motel Nirvana


The Pay Less Get More Experience will be presented at Motel Nirwana, Rote Fabrik Zürich, 10. – 26.2.2011

Kinetica Part 2

Kinetica was huge and overwhelming. Thank you all for coming by. What the press says:

Net Scientist ->
Swiss Cultural Fund in Britain ->
Ajantis-Art ->
Fortean Times ->
Artherz ->
Rafaela Rocha Blog ->
The Creators Project ->
Façade ->
John Revel Blog ->

Some impressions: