Pawel Althamer
  & Artur Żmijewski

James Lee Byars
Sophie Calle
  & Fabio Balducci

Center for Tactical Magic
Peter Coffin
Jennifer Cohen
Anne Collier
Christian Cummings
Trisha Donnelly
Douglas Gordon
Brion Gysin
Friedrich Jürgenson
Joachim Koester
Jim Lambie
Miranda Lichtenstein
Euan Macdonald
Jonathan Monk
Senga Nengudi
Paul Pfeiffer
Eva Rothschild
Mungo Thomson
All Artists

Brion Gysin
I Give You/You Give Me, 1965
Ink on paper
Made during an LSD trip with John Giorno, May 28, 1965

Brion Gysin
Germinations, 1959
Ink on paper

BRION GYSIN (1916-1986) Closely associated with William S. Burroughs and the Beat movement, Gysin spent his life working as an artist, writer, and poet. Gysin is best known for his rediscovery of Tristan Tzara’s cut-up technique, which William Burroughs eventually appropriated into his own work. In 1959, Gysin invented, with Ian Sommerville, the “Dreamachine,” a device intended to simulate lucid dreaming through the projection of light patterns on users’ eyelids.