In this evening lecture, artist Mariele Neudecker will talk about her career and recent international projects.
Manchester Art Gallery
Thursday 20 July 2017, 7pm–8.30pm
Free, booking required
Bristol based artist Mariele Neudecker explores the overlaps between two and three-dimensional, and analogue and digital, using a broad range of media including sculpture, film, photography and sound.
Her practice investigates perceptions of the natural world and the sublime, often employing technology to reproduce a heightened experience of landscape in her work.
Neudecker regularly works with scientists and engineers, adopting their methods and research within her artistic process. For Neudecker, technology both enables and limits our perception and experience of the worlds we inhabit.
Solo exhibitions include Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Tate St Ives and Tate Britain, Kunstmuseum Trondheim, Norway, Zeppelin Museum, Germany and she has shown widely in international group exhibitions; Neudecker is currently finishing a public art commission at Guy’s Hospital, London. Other upcoming projects for 2017 are OCEAN IMAGINARIES at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia, Air – Visualizing the Invisible in British Art 1768 – 2017, RWA, Bristol and Weather-Report, of Weather Culture and Climate Science, Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn, Germany and a solo exhibition at the Pharos Arts Foundation, Cyprus, Greece.
Neudecker is Professor and Research Fellow at Bath Spa University, Fellow for CERN’s Visiting Artists Program and is on the EC’s JRC SciArt panel. She is represented by Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, and also works with Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Cologne.
This artist talk by Mariele Neudecker (b.1965 Germany, lives and works in Bristol, UK) is part of Mark Devereux Projects’ StudioBook artist development programme.
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