Klaus Weber works across a variety of media, manipulating everyday structures that intend to undermine the metaphorical and actual power of a functionalist rationality. Weber repeatedly uses images of nature, exploring the sustainable potential of the untamable in a humorous and anarchic manner.
He has participated in group shows including: ‘Ecstasy: In and about Altered States’, The Geffen Contemporary Art MOCA, Los Angeles; ‘Manifesta 7‘, the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin and Secession Gallery, Vienna; ‘Communism, a group show’, Project Arts Centre, Dublin (2005); ‘ Ecstasy- In and About Altered States’, MOCA The Geffen Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA (2005); ‘Judith Hopf, Michaela Schwelger, Klaus Weber u.a’, Galerie Ursula Walbrol, Dusselldorf, Germany (2006); ‘It is, “what is it?”, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, USA (2006); ‘Sick Fox’, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York (2004).
Weber (b. 1967) Currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany.