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A walk through the Prado with the artist and 50 participants of his project "Hell is coming/World ends today"

Animals' nurse in the jungle

As a painting

Become an accessory to the unplanned



Create and destroy a work of art

Dancing with the Stars

De “I don’t know” demonstratie

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Enlightenment: Getting you there

Extra Day


Foreigners falling

Good Luck (Random good deeds)

Horse riding

I cry for you

Letter to Yves Klein

Dear Reader,
Art that is not physically present, what next… Art made from nothing or nothing called art, we’ve naturally given that deep thought in our now seven-year existence (as HuMobists). A lot of our art is devoted specifically to how we see and experience the world and ‘art’ is of course part of that. One of the most important concepts that we have ever formulated in our search into ‘what art really is or is not’ is: ‘Everything exists, did exist and shall continue to exist’’. You may in fact regard this to be rule 1 of the ‘HuMobism Manifest’. Art that is not physically present does really exist and we owe you no further explanation. We do however continue to ask ourselves ‘Is it?’ because that seems to us the only requirement that a work of art has to meet at all costs in this day and age. Our preference is therefore for exIsting art.

We will on request send you a (signed) photograph on which we are.

Replying to your question as to whether we would like to participate in an exhibition on art that is not physically present but nevertheless available for sale, we are sending to you this Adobe PDF. This PDF is at the same time our submission, or our work. You may do with it as you please. You may for example exhibit this PDF, but you DON’T have to. You may moreover also regard this PDF as never having been sent by e-mail, even though we do. Briefly: how you intend to deal with this e-mail is up to you.
Oh, and about the price. There is a price.

Yours sincerely,

Gyz La Rivière and Rufus Ketting

I work here performance

Intellectual Entertainment Service

Interior Event

introducing GRUPPO PALERMO

Letter to Yves Klein

Private View


Take Away

The Gift

The Morrona, universal Andalusian

The Shadow Queue / The Line

The Surprise Service

Unspecified space, site specific work

Untitled (1987)

Wall Space


Window Event

Your Head In Ice

Your Own Chain Letter

Your Own Stalker

ZOMBIE / Telepathic Art Newspaper