Photographs of the artist´s empty studio rooms hang on sections of walls dispersed throughout the exhibition space. The images are part of a black-and-white photo series documenting the location of the studio in a 1960s commercial building in Berlin. The dimensions of the freestanding wall fragments were taken from Haus Esters, a residency in Krefeld designed by Mies van der Rohe, currently functioning as a museum for contemporary art. The exhibition space itself was built in the mid-19th century as an exclusive railway station. Each historic space exemplifies an architectural language – post-war Functionalism, Bauhaus, and Neoclassicism – cast here into a pictorial and spatial confrontation.