German absurdist sculptor Andreas Slominski (b. 1959) explores the realm of the readymade, appropriating bicycles, windmills, animal traps and w ports-potties as freestanding sculptures or wall reliefs. This extensively illustrated mograph documents Slominskis large-scale installations of 100 red, green and blue plastic toilets with urinals, toilet seats, toilet roll holders or vent pipes arranged like colorful paintings on the walls of the Deichttorhallen, Hamburg. Though the artist is perhaps best kwn for his work as an absurdist sculptor, he is also a veteran of absurdist performanceonce famously having charged two mimes with carrying an invisible painting from the Royal College of Art to the Serpentine in London. Andreas Slominskis solo exhibitions include Museum fu?r Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt; Serpentine Gallery, London; Fondazione Prada, Milan; Museum Boijmans van Beuningin, Rotterdam; Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin; and Kunsthalle Zu?rich, and is represented by Metro Pictures, US. Essays by museum curator Dirk Luckow plus Saa Stanii? and Dorte Zbikowski explicate the work.