The hosts had chosen 100 artists and gave each of them one room to display their works. The result was a huge variety of surprising ideas.
My favorite is an installation by Sabrina Barrios (sabrinabarrios) called: "How to Build a Pyramid - Part II: Understanding the Connections to Constellation". She filled a room with a set of threads (picture on top of this post). This construction looks like a huge (dangerous) spider web. The room is kept in dark, but the threads are illuminated by black light.
I was also fascinated by an installation by Hao Ni (haoishao), called "Night II" : I saw a mysterious glass box, illuminated from outside, where drops of a liquid were running down threads. The catalog explains: "Mineral oil on monofilament, resin on various fabrics, car headlights embedded in wall, and other mixed media".
One room has a collection of bizarre elaborated constructed items which are connected through a systems of tubes. The steampunk installation has even some living gerbils (looks like a mouse wikipedia) in it. The catalog names Mikel Glass & Daniel Baltzer (baltzerglass) as the creators and calls the work "Coherence" (mixed media kinetic installation).
Another room had an installation which looked like a part of a jungle. I believe this work is by Ashley Rodiguez Reed (ashleyrodriguezreed).
There also were a lot video installations, some of them mesmerizing, which can not been shown here.
I also saw some paintings. Some were abstract (here: "Apparatus Transport System" by April Zanne Johnson aprilzannejohnson),
others showed some kind of jokes like Antonia Andrioti`s "Pinkcops" (antoniaandrioti).
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And there also was a horse in one room, which reminds me that contemporary art often comes with some humor.
I plan to go there again if they continue the event next year.