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Credit History (September 2004)
total corporate deconstruction

'Credit History', which was first shown at an exhibition of the same name, was created at the end of the Rentner Years. It played a crucial part in the total corporate deconstruction of Rentner Collective, and was insofar a success, as 'the organization' ceased to exist as of 22 of September 2004.

'First, I had an MDF board cut to 800 by 300 by 12 [mm]. I covered the top of the board in white industrial oil paint, and then painted the logo of Rentner Collective onto it...using a stencil...and in Rentner Red of course. Once dry, I picked up the board and walked from 450 St Anns Road to a Wood Cutting and Joinery Workshop down near Finsbury Park tube station. The guy there charged me 5 quid to cut the board into 24 square pieces, each measuring 99 x 99 x 12 mm.'

Rupert Jaeger, September 2004

The 24 individual elements can be arranged in 6.204484017E+23 possible permutations. One of those create the Rentner Collective logo.

Frankfurt, Germany - September 2004
type:
interactive collection of objects
dimensions:
99 x 99 x 12 mm (x 24)
material:
MDF board, industrial white and red oil paint
exhibited at:
The Pavilion, Frankfurt, Germany; 11 - 22 September 2004
related:
Credit History (exhibition)
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