Klaus Weber exhibition opens at Nottingham Contemporary

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An exhibition by German artist Klaus Weber has opened in Nottingham.

Works, including a tornado made by a vacuum cleaner, a huge window on the world which is constantly raining and a painting made by bees are on show at Nottingham Contemporary.

Speaking about his exhibition, Klaus Weber said: "If people are open enough to receive what is happening here the show is sort of mind-altering."

"If you leave me I'm not coming" is open until 8 January.

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