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"Studies for Hologram", 1970, by Bruce Nauman
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Bruce Nauman, NoNo, 1983.
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Bruce Nauman, Double Cage Piece, 1974.
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Bruce Nauman, Room with My Soul Left Out, Room That Does Not Care, 1984.
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Bruce Nauman, Corridor Installation (Nick Wilder Installation), 1970.
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Bruce Nauman, Untitled (Helman Gallery Parallelogram), 1971.
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Bruce Nauman, Five Marching Men, 1985.
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Bruce Nauman, Musical Chair, 1983.
In the 1960s, Bruce Nauman began building “experience architecture”: corridors and rooms that can be entered by visitors, offering the impression of incarceration or abandonment.
Several such experiences can be had here, alongside “Clown Torture”, a video work, and neon and sound pieces. The occasion of Berlin’s first major Nauman retrospective is a donation by Friedrich Christian Flick, whose grandfather was the famous Nazi collector.
The architectural sculpture “Room With My Soul Left Out, Room That Does Not Care” was unveiled at the exhibition's opening on May 28.
BRUCE NAUMAN: DREAM PASSAGE | Through October 10