CLAUDIA WEBER
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Upcoming

  • July-Dec, 2018
  • After Junkspace
  • Group exhibition curated by Danny Floyd at the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, Chicago,IL

  • Ongoing
  • Share (tentative title) - Phase II
  • Share, the long-term photographic observation of New York's Financial District, has moved into its next phase, which includes the development of several exhibition formats.
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RECENT

  • April 13 - May 5, 2018
  • 100
  • Group exhibition at Axel Obiger Gallery, Berlin

  • Dec 2017
  • Sterling Music Room - In Print
  • A year of salons, dinners, exhibitions, performances, etc., in my Brooklyn apartment have been collected into the format of a poster.
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  • Dec 2017
  • Latest Contribution for Plot
  • Check out Plot's new contribution by Nicoletta Rousseva, who asks how contemporary art, especially politically engaged art, can move beyond an already co-opted critique of capitalism and the nation-state? How could artists and intellectuals contend with the worst refugee crisis since World War II?
  • Plot: Abstraction and Everyday Life

  • Sept - Dec 2017
  • Call & Response - Wave Hill, Bronx, NY
  • This group exhibition will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Wave Hillís Sunroom Project Space, a venue for New York-area artists to exhibit site-specific work in a solo show.
  • www.wavehill.org

  • September 2017
  • Latest Contribution for Plot
  • Justin Park's On Making Graven Images: The Racial Meanings of Death in a Walker Evans Photograph and Its Double is an eye-opening account on how images can serve as potent material for vastly different ideological narratives: Plot: On Making Graven Images

  • April 2017
  • Residency at Latitude, Chicago
  • A one month residency to continue with current projects.
  • www.latitudechicago.org

  • March 2017
  • New Contributions for Plot 
  • Dissatisfied with the way the recent Fearless Girl sculpture in New Yorkís Financial District has dominated this yearís International Womenís Day conversation, and how it has been widely embraced by the public as a symbol of female empowerment, the editors of PLOT are pleased to present a critical response to this corporate advertising stunt by Blake Stimson: Lean In, The Statue.   Plot: Lean In - The Statue

    We also highly recommend to read Kate Palmer Albers's The Pig and the Algorithm, a thoughtful reflection on computer vision technology and image captioning.   Plot: The Pig and the Algorithm.

  • Jan - Dec 2016
  • Sterling Music Room
  • Sterling Music Room was a year-long salon and exhibition project in my Brooklyn apartment. While the project drew inspiration from many places, including the transformations of a Rococo period room now in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, at its heart it was a response to the rising rents and current luxurification of New York City. Through planned events as well as chance encounters, Sterling Music Room examined the possibilities and poetics of a critical and engaged domesticity under the conditions of late capitalism.
  • Website for Sterling Music
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  • September 2016
  • Latest Contributions for Plot!  
  • I am excited to announce the latest contributions by Peter Scott, Barbara Buchmaier & Christine Woditschka, as well as Avi Alpert & Rit Premnath. If you donít want to miss upcoming pieces, subscribe to Plotís mailing list!
  • www.plot.online

  • March - June 2016
  • Process Space Residency, NYC
  • The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council invited me to participate in this 4-months residency program, which will give me time to focus on my current long-term projects.