Neudecker, M (2004) Mariele Neudecker: Over and Over, Again and Again. Tate Britain, Tate St lves. [Exhibition]
|Date:||21 May 2004|
|Event Location:||Tate Britain, Tate St lves|
|Number of Pieces:||5|
Opening Date: 2004-May-21
Four pieces were shown: There Go I (2004), Over and Over, Again and Again (2004), Things Can Change In a Day (2002), Another Day, Record Of The Simultaneous Rising And Setting Of The Sun On Opposite Ends Of The Globe; South East Australia And Western Azores (2001) and also Winterreise (A Winter's Journey) a filmic response to Schubert's song cycle.
In the installation Over and Over, Again and Again the decomposition and dissection of perception is taken beyond former solutions: three tanks are placed in the exhibition space as individual works, but from one single point of view these three miniature-landscapes actually reveal the impression of one sole image. The sculptural models as well as the spatial void between the works are employed to recreate the impact of an illusionist painting.
As an exhibition the works examine the fine line between reality and fiction, the mythological imaginary and the everyday - the natural and the supernatural, representation and perception.
In the Cornish context, the focus was put on the element of the German Romantic Tradition and a concept of landscape that has become a vehicle for emotional transcendence, philosophical contemplation and cultural identity. In London the same work was put into the context of JMW Turner and explored the interrogation of the cultural phenomenon of Romanticism.
|Divisions:||Bath School of Art and Design|
|Date Deposited:||18 Nov 2012 04:45|
|Last Modified:||03 Sep 2014 14:10|
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