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July 17, 2014
A picture shows a panel of switches inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in...
Berlin, Germany
Picture shows pannel of switches inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A picture shows a panel of switches inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin May 22, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. The writings on the switches read: "Heating - ON", "Light Inside - ON", "Green" and "Traffic Light". Picture taken May 22, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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