Mariele Neudecker

(Germany, 1965). Lives and works in Bristol, UK

Mariele Neudecker uses a broad range of media including sculpture, video and installation and works around notions of the Contemporary Sublime. In 2010 Neudecker was short-listed for the Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square, London. In 2011 she showed in Otherworldly: Artist Dioramas and Small Spectacles, MAD Museum, New York, USA; and Rohkunstbau – Power, Marquart Castle, Berlin, Germany. Recent projects include a retrospective, Hinterland, in Trondheim Kunstmuseum, Norwa; Heterotopias and Other Domestic Landscapes, HOUSE Festival Brighton last May; ARCTIC, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark; a solo exhibition at Barbara Thumm Gallery in Berlin this spring; and her current participation in Antarctopia at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

The Air Itself is One Vast Library, 2010

(Hunting Percival Pembroke C 1; De-Havilland Comet C NK 2; De-Havilland Comet C NK; Consolidated Liberator V11; Lockheed C-130 Hercules). Artist Proof of Tipp-ex and ink on photograph. 16.5 x 21.5 ...

A screaming comes across the sky
10
Oct
2014
5
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2015

Drones, mass surveillance and invisible wars

Interview with Mariele Neudecker

Artist at the exhibition 'A screaming comes across the sky' with the work The Air Itself is One Vast Library, 2010

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