NEUDECKER, Mariele

Artist Talk

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Date: Friday 11 February 2005
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 84 mins
Mariele Neudecker in conversation with Parveen Adams. Mariele Neudecker is known mostly for her tank pieces: miniature landscapes in glass vitrines filled with water and treated with salt solutions and dyes. Her work is preoccupied with ideas about the passage of time and geographical navigation. She works in film, sculpture and photography, using technology to create drama but never to hide how things are made. She says I want the illusion to fail. Its about representation, mediation and artificiality, not nature. 84 mins


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