Eight Pears in a Line
Proposals for artworks
Roger von Reybekiel
A hair dryer turned on and off at irregular intervals.
A hair dryer with two kg uncooked spaghetti.
White bread toast with mustard dressing.
A towel with spray paint and pecans.
Screenshot of musical that’s about fruits.
Screenshot of musical that’s about moist.
Labrador with mouth guard outside ICA Kvantum in Högdalen, Stockholm.
Duvet turned inside out, outside museum shop.
Miniature model of Gamla Stan in Stockholm sunken in fryer.
Bricks next to dog day care.
TV screens, tennis shoes and bread crumbs on top of fish sticks.
Ten teddy bears on ten podiums.
Teddy bears with chia seed pudding.
Teddy bear with coconut oil.
Teddy bear with coconut oil and Google shopping.
Teddy bear with coconut flakes.
Teddy bear with olive oil and sea salt flakes.
Teddy bear with fried bacon.
Yoghurt, chocolate syrup and tooth paste on tennis racket.
Home video of an ants life during one day.
Half a Ralph Lauren shoe on wall, the other half crushed and made into color, that’s been painted onto the wall and onto the other shoe half.
Half a carrot on wall, the other half mashed and made into color, that’s been painted onto the wall and onto the carrot half.
Half a banana on a podium, the other half mashed and made into color, that’s been painted onto the podium and onto the other half.
A screwdriver turned on and off at irregular intervals and lengths.
Screenshot of colander.
Screenshot of moistly colander.
Spider tap-dancing on your tongue.
Tiny bear dancing on your eyelashes.
Twenty French fries on top on a tall house.
Two dollars walking down the street.
An open car door on top of bread.
Two brothers wash up coffee cups.
There is someone outside the ice.
Dog sniff around for more food.
Thirty-two stones and not one of them small.
A cat confined in a taped square for half an hour, blocking its moves by walking, no hands.
A rat confined in a taped square for half an hour, blocking its moves by walking, no hands.
A bat confined in a taped square for half an hour, blocking its moves by walking, no hands.
Nail polish on chewing gum.
Books chewed and spitted out into small rectangles on facade.
Fresh lobsters (not alive) marching in a zigzag formation outside and inside the gallery.
Plastic lobsters marching in a zigzag formation outside and inside the gallery.
Nude beach photography framed and hung upside down for the rest of your career.
French toast on linen hung upside down for the rest of your career.
Plastic bags, rice pudding and nail polish on linen hung upside down for the rest of your life.
Chanel bag made of plaster and pained with nail polish and rice pudding hung upside down for the rest of your life.
Underwear made into abstract collages to be performed live in front of an audience of 2/20/200/etc. at various places like supermarket/shopping mall/airport/etc.
Selection of Yves Saint Laurent shopping bags made into abstract underwear collages to be performed live in front of animals at the zoo.
Selection of plastic baby turtles marching in a good mood outside and inside the gallery.
Plates made of gold thrown into a lake.
A pile of Ed Ruscha books on this occasion unread thrown into a lake.
Poems from Kenneth Goldsmiths drawer thrown into a lake (without him knowing about it).
Poems from Gertrude Steins drawer thrown into a speeding car.
Poems from Tan Lin thrown drawer into a speeding car.
Fresh lobsters (not alive) thrown into a speeding cabriolet.
Fresh asparagus thrown into a speeding car.
French toast with ham thrown into a lake.
Twitter account that has only one post thrown into a lake.
French toast with ham thrown into a lake.
A car battery thrown into lake, because of hatred of nature.
Fresh fish (not alive) thrown into a speeding car.
Violins, which on this occasion are blue, thrown into a lake.
Body lotion, a random Twitter account and fresh lemon on top of a Volvo XC90 split in half.
French toast, fresh lobsters, Donald Trumps archived Twitter account and fresh asparagus on top of a Volvo V40 split in four to five parts.
Leaves arranged by chance.
Squares arranged by chance.
Squirrels arranged by chance.
Twenty-five Police Stations.
Various Small Tires.
Some Los Angeles Swimming Pools.
A four-room apartment with every item in it encased in plastic bags.
A five-room apartment with a nice view, with every piece of furniture and all other items on wheels.
Loaf inside a shoe box.
Ballpoint pen and lint under your bed.
French horn filled with rice pudding.
An object wrapped in fake asparagus.
Two black, steel containers filled over the brim with water.
Boulders wrapped in large sheet of paper.
A single stone dropped onto a plate of glass.
Drawing on old banana skin.
Thirty minutes at Statoil in Vilhelmina, Sweden: a coffee, a Fanta and mashed potatoes with shrimp salad, coleslaw and roasted onion.
A trumpet sounding while a balloon emerges from its belly until it bursts or takes off.
The sound of eating dumplings in the forest.
Cars. Pavement. Homeless person.
A peanut on a pocketknife.
Light blue Styrofoam carried by the artist on his/her back or bag for two months.
Snails on canvas carried by the artist on his/her back or bag for two months.
Late capitalism on random vegetables.
Labor in a single shot.
A happening is an egg.
Every salad in the world at once.
Hat. Rags. Paper. Jeans. Puppies.
Moisturizer on baby towel on top of football.
Moisturizer on diaper on top of flat football.
Two shoes in any color thrown into the air.
Blue jeans in no specific size thrown into the air.
Jeans with no specific color thrown into the air.
A vacuum cleaner, which on this occasion is blue, turned on, thrown into a lake. The lake can be any lake.
One or more persons or animals acting out a childish play.
Bandana. Fiend. Moisture. On a white chair.
A grater. Tape measure. Alphabet. Auto spelling. And spectral colors.
Kids. Light. Grass. World. Sky. Trees. Wind. Bird. Sleep. Sea. Year. Waters. Branches. Silence. Dog. Street. Roof. Sense. Car. Houses. Cloud. Wall. Snow. Sun. Leaves. Gulls. Hills. Night. Sound. Hours. Air. Earth. Room. Woman. Man. Woods.
Scotch-Brites on wall. The Scotch-Brite can be either new or used, the wall can be any wall.
Fat smudged on a chair.
Mosquito bite on a leg. The leg can be anyone’s leg.