In Carey Young’s 18-minute film “Palais de Justice” all judges are women. Secretly filmed in the vast halls of the Palais de Justice in Brussels, a neo-baroque monstrosity commissioned in boastful arrogance by the King Leopold II, Young trains her lens voyeur-like on female judges who go about their business disciplined and collected. The atmosphere is quietly professional and bordering on the boring: a legal system controlled by women. It’s a fictional world, of course, at once speculative and irrational. And yet… At Paula Cooper Gallery through October 14.