Penny Siopis is one of the most influential artists working in South Africa today.
Magic of the Couch was displayed on the staircase and video room and ran cocurrently with Nick Cunard’s Head Space.
"For some clients the room seems relatively insignificant.
In fitting synchronicity, this even coincided with the Hayward Gallery’s ‘Eyes, Lies and Illusions’ exhibition – but was much more interesting.
Displayed on 6 monitors, The Power of Speech shows the male epiglottis in action as it is speaking the words "The power of language is measured after the trace left even after silence.
The artistic and scientific discoveries and movements born in the European centres of culture during the early 20th century brought about a golden age in Hungarian art.
Stuart Brisley’s body of work is as diverse as it is extraordinary.
In January 2003, utilising Ed Ruscha’s book, Royal Road Test as a readymade set of instructions, Simon Morris and 78 of his students cut out every work from Sigmund Freud’s 736 page book The Interpretation of Dreams (including the index - 333,960 words).
In much British folklore, having live birds or their representation within the home is considered to bring ill luck.
From 19th March to 27th April 2003, the Freud Museum hosted a special site-integrated version of the work of internationally renowned Canadian artist, Vera Frenkel.