Photographer's Note

The Palace of Projects is a building devoted to the housing of sixty-five "projects" conceived by the artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. The building is constructed from a light wooden framework with semi-transparent stretched plastic fabric functioning as walls and ceilings. The Palace is lit from the inside, giving the impression of a "Chinese Lantern" from the outside. The structure is formed in the natural shape of a snail's shell, with the entry room to the palace much larger than the exit, which results in a focus achieved by the end of the your journey through it. Being displayed in several cities around Europe, it now resides in the former salt store of the Zollverein coking plant in Essen, Germany, a building renowned as an example of industrial architecture...

...taken by the kabakovs' "palace of projects" in kokerei zollverein...

(kokereri zollverein'da, kabakovların "projeler sarayı" adlı eseri önünde çekildi.)

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