Bik Van der Pol made a full-size ‘live’ scoreboard, a project initiated by an interest in visionary architect Cedric Price (whose London Zoo Aviary is close to the fair).
Pierre Huyghe’s aquarium was a live ecosystem that hosted a specific narrative created for Frieze Art Fair.
In conjunction with a luxury yacht company, Jankowski’s project employed a boat dealer to sell a full-size motor yacht from a conventional gallery stand.
For his project at Frieze Art Fair 2011, Oliver Laric created stock video footage to be published for free use as public domain material. Watch online here.
During the course of Frieze Art Fair 2011 LuckyPDF invited over 50 artists to show and produce new work for a series of live daily broadcasts. Film performance, news and chat was introduced by special guest presenters. All episodes are available online here.
Peles Empire is a collaboration by Katharina Stoever and Barbara Wolff, founded in 2005. Their work took as its source material Peles, a Romanian castle sited at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains.
Laure Prouvost’s idiosyncratic installations at Frieze Art Fair were cacophonous environments centred on domestic objects, film, sound and that often invoke loose narratives based on a single event.
Cara Tolmie’s practice spans installation, performance, video, music, text and spoken word. For Frieze Art Fair she made a new performance that centres upon the voice and narrative as devices that will construct a postulated fictional space.