Neudecker, M (2014) Cook and Peary (2013). In: RE-THINK: Environment, National Maritime Museum, London, December 2014 – Spring 2015. [Exhibition]
|Abstract:||Mariele Neudecker exhibited one of her new tank works ‘Cook and Peary’ 2013, alongside photographs and artifacts that she collected on her expedition to Greenland with inuit hunters.|
|Event Location:||National Maritime Museum, London|
|Medium:||water, salt, fiberglass, glass, GAC100|
|Measurements/Duration:||47.6 x 482 x 47.8 cm|
Mariele Neudecker, Adam Chodzko and HighWaterLine Bristol exhibited works as part of ‘Invisible Dust in Museums’. It was the first time the artworks were shown in London, as part a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in the RE.THINK Space.
RE·THINK is an exciting opportunity at the National Maritime Museum, giving visitors the space to explore, discover and reflect on the themes of the Museum, and create responses within the gallery.
|Divisions:||Bath School of Art and Design|
|Date Deposited:||11 Mar 2016 12:15|
|Last Modified:||11 Mar 2016 12:15|
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