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Entnahme von Gewicht und Größe


2015, digital print on fabric, wallpaper, wood, string, clips

4 x 6 x 5 m

Eigen&Art Lab, Berlin


A monumental studio in Berlin Dahlems  was built by the NS-regime for Hitler's favourite artist Arno Breker, as a place to produce and present his large-scaled sculptures. In 2015 the building was converted into a museum. During these renovations the oversized hidden doors from the original studio were found under layers of wallpaper. The image of the door is reduced in scale to fit the height of the exhibition space in Berlin Mitte and printed onto semi-transparent fabric. Fragments of the old wallpaper, which had covered the door, are cut to into small details of Breker’s sculptures and hung in a mobile. 

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