Gelitin, the Austrian-based group of four collaborative artists, is participating in the group show “Das Hamsterrad” (the hamster wheel) this year at the Venice Biennale. For the exhibition, Gelitin built a wooden construction of embracing arches that tower in the gallery space. A smaller and slightly less complicated version of the structure was also presented this year with a performance called “Bunter Abend” at Deitch Projects in New York City. These are just a few of the projects that the group has accomplished this year. Others include “The Dig Cunt,” a multi-day performance produced by Creative Time held on Coney Island, and “Das Kakabet,” an exhibition with Galerie Nicola von Senger in Zurich. The artists have been exhibiting together internationally since 1993 and are currently represented by Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris and Miami and Gagosian Gallery in London, among others. Gelitin was a previous DailyServing feature, included for their 200-foot-long and 20-foot-high pink bunny sculpture constructed in the hills of Artesina, Italy.