Palace

2007

Exhibition in the Brooklyn studio sponsored by the Berlin Senate's Chancellery for Cultural Affairs.

Claudia Weber Palace

Installation view

Claudia Weber Palace

Installation view

Claudia Weber Palace

Detail

Claudia Weber Palace

Mixed media, archival print, 30 in. x 40 in. (76 cm x 100 cm), wall, paint

Claudia Weber Palace

Installation view

Claudia Weber Palace

Color sample

Claudia Weber Palace

Installation view

Claudia Weber Palace

Collectibles (#1), c-print, 9 in. x 14 in. (28 cm x 35 cm), mounted on aluminum

Claudia Weber Palace

Collectibles (#2), c-print, 9 in. x 14 in. (28 cm x 35 cm), mounted on aluminum

Claudia Weber Palace

Collectibles (#3), c-print, 9 in. x 14 in. (28 cm x 35 cm), mounted on aluminum

Claudia Weber Palace

Collectibles (#4), c-print, 9 in. x 14 in. (28 cm x 35 cm), mounted on aluminum

Claudia Weber Palace

Collectibles (#5), c-print, 9 in. x 14 in. (28 cm x 35 cm), mounted on aluminum

The Berlin City Palace (1443-1945) and the former GDR‘s Palace of Republic (1976-2008) both occupied the same building site in the center of Berlin. Palace uses their shared location to overlap their two political and aesthetic frameworks to propose an impossible or perhaps utopian period room.