BY Dominic Johnson in Reviews | 12 NOV 04

Klütterkammer’ is a deliriously monstrous hybrid of an exhibition. Bock’s mongrel is a mini-retrospective, a vast installation and a stunningly experimental curatorial project. Scattered through his rickety labyrinth of ladders, tree houses, tunnels and chutes are works by an unusual selection of artists, all of whom, it seems, have had an impact on Bock’s artistic practice. Some of these are fairly obvious – Paul McCarthy, Martin Kippenberger, Otto Muehl, Paul Thek and Maurizio Cattelan – but the various influences of John