Cyprien Gaillard's work explores the effect of architecture on human life, using techniques borrowed from Land Art and Minimalism. He treats modernist buildings as romantic ruins, and aestheticizes their destruction. Gaillard films the demolition of housing projects and the explosions that carve away
Canadian art couple working in sound an multimedia installation. Cardiff first came to notice with her audio walks. Sound has remained an important part of their practice with pieces such as "40 part motet", which consisted of 40 speakers each playing a different voice.