"Places"  by Alba Zari, 2015.












"NEXT OPENING", Istanbul, by Elfo and  BR1, 2014

In a Mediterranean geopolitical perspective, the positions of the Turkish Government are unclear on the Islamic terrorism conflict, although Turkey plays an important role due to its geographical position. This is not the right and proper place to discuss these topics. However, the interest of the artists focused on the new communication strategies of terrorist movements, especially IS’ communication, which increasingly make use of social networks, of viral videos, the hacked computer systems, film techniques and so on. The intervention of artists, probably the most provocative, is titled “Next opening,” as if the terrorist cell expansion into new territories was paradoxically announced through advertisements on billboards. In this case the two elements, the orange t-shirt - also used by guantanamo prisoners- and the knife, are the two symbols of the victim and the victimizer.
"Confession" Regina Jose Galindo, 2007
"Guantanamo Bay Souvenirs" by Penny Byrne, 2007



















"Drone Strikes"  by Forensic Architecture, 2013

On October 4, 2010, a US drone struck a home in the town of Mir Ali, North Waziristan, in Pakistan, killing five people. One of the surviving witnesses to this attack is a German woman, who lived in the house at the time with her two-year-old boy and her husband. Together with Forensic Architecture, this witness built a digital model of her home, which no longer exists. During a day-long process of computer modeling, the witness slowly reconstructed every architectural element of her house. Placed virtually within the space and time of the attack, the witness was able to recollect and recount the events around the strike.
"Heavy Weight History" by Christian Jankowski, 2013.

Jankowski invited a group of burly weightlifters to try and pick up a number of massive public sculptures in the Polish capital of Warsaw, including more than one Communist-era memorial, a statue of Ronald Reagan and the figure of Syrenka the Mermaid, a famous, often vandalised symbol of the city,









































From the series “On Vacation”, 2004 – ongoing. By Luchezar Boyadjiev

"Survival", 2008 an installation with oceanic life jackets on 16 monuments throughout the city of São Paulo by Eduardo Srur


















































Vandalization of the Soviet Army monument Sofia, Bulgaria

















































Tim Pachikov, 2013
"Roland Garros (Henman)", 2004, by Gianni Motti
Paris, semi-finals of the French-Open Tennis Championships between Tim Henman and Guillermo Coria. The artist sat in the VIP tribune of Paris’ Roland Garros with a bag over his head at the time of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal


"inVeritas", 2011, by Paolo Cirio

"The inVeritas.net platform enables screamers to be generated for all the major Italian newspapers. Everyone should have the right to inform, thus breaking up the monopoly held by the mainstream media in Italy, renowned for their factiousness and systematic servility, and the censorship and manipulation of information. inVeritas gives everyone the chance to speak and disseminate news directly through news-stands across Italy. .”

"Fensterln" from the project Tourist Office, Graz, Michikazu Matsune , 2011
The visitor is invited to look into a bedroom of a local resident.

























"Mir fehlt das Meer"("I miss the sea), Vienna, Pablo Chiereghin, 2013
 "The Ruines of the Empire" Gianmaria Gava, 2011.

This work was shot in Tunisia at the beginning of the so called "Arab Spring", right after the former President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali left the country with his family. The wrecked surfaces of former luxury and wealth function as question marks about the relation between the management of power and the responsibility for it.

"Cada día tus ilusiones se cruzan con las nuestras" ciudad Valdeluz, photographie 2011, by Pierre Andrieux

Ciudad Valdeluz is a city on the outskirts of Madrid, boomtown struck by the subprime crisis and housing crisis, called ghost town by the media. The phrase painted by the artist was taken from a Spanish lottery advertising widely visible throughout the city of Madrid.

"Polizei-Wholecar" grafiti from the book “Action Painting: Bringing Art To The Trains
"Depot" use of a Police light-box sign as money deposit. See video. By Leopold Kessler, 2006