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Klaus Weber

Klaus Weber's exhibition (entitled‘If You Leave Me I’m Not Coming’) took place between 22 October 2011 and 8 January 2012, and was Weber’s largest solo exhibition since 2008 (Secession, Vienna). It featured several new works, as well as new commissions which entered into relationships with the Nottingham Contemporary building. The main window ran with artificial rain cleared by out-sized windscreen wipers, and a copy of J K Huysmans’ Against Nature (1886) was gradually bleached onto reams of black paper by a vertical beam of light made by a heliostat mounted on the roof.

If You Leave Me I’m Not Coming was accompanied by 'Already there!' an exhibition curated by Weber which assembled some 200 disparate objects, spanning disciplines, cultures and epochs, and forming  a tour of the intellectual backstage of the artist’s own practice.

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