2006 Mediamatic Foundation Sissel Tolaas
The Smell of FEAR
Always wanted to know what agony smells like? And how to recognize a flurry of panic? Professional provocateur Sissel Tolaas bottled fear. Scratch 'n sniff!
Project: saron paz
Installation by Saron Paz
Exchange your stories and objects in the Story Store. The Story Store was an exploration into the connections between objects, stories, and people.
2009 Abner Preis
A storytelling adventure in the dark. Let the storyteller guide you through the dark, and pray for a happy ending!
2010 Roger Cremers
Photographs of WWII reenactors
The past comes to life in Roger Cremers' photos.
2010 Mike Ballard
Whose coat is that jacket you're wearing?
Criminal behaviour, art, or both?
Criminal behavior, art or both? That is the question mostly asked about Mike Ballard's work. Nevertheless, during the exhibition it will be gracing our ceiling.
2009 Guy Königstein
A literal representation of the thread of life.
Family Stories is comprised of two stop motion films focused on the shifting dynamics of family history and family relationships.
2009 Julius von Bismarck, Benjamin Maus
Perpetual Storytelling Apparatus
A never ending comic of inventions
A drawing machine illustrating a never-ending story through the use of patent drawings.
2008 Michael Haas, Julian Adenauer, Martin Fussenegger
Paintballs splashing against the windows; a colorful sign of resistance.
The viewer watches the artwork emerge dot by dot, both product and method are intertwined within the artwork.
2011 Moataz Nasreldin
Installation of Tahrir Square protest signs
Tales of the Tahrir revolution, collected by an eyewitness.
Remix your dictator!
A collection of YouTube videos of mash-ups of dictator's political speeches, beats, and images.
Jewish houses in Amsterdam 'Is dit jouw huis?'
This is an expanding picture wall with houses where Jews lived in Amsterdam before and during the second World War. In the special Parool newspaper insert from Mediamatic and the Amsterdam 4 & 5 Mei...
Pièce de Résistance Lab
Become a researcher!
The PdR Lab is a low-key, DIY lab in which you can become a researcher. You can contribute to the archive with your own objects and stories, or do research into objects we already have. Identify