Mariele Neudecker
Some Things Happen All at Once
Zeppelin Museum, Friedrichshafen, Germany
29 January – 3 April 2016

 

Mountains of plastic, mists of chemical substances, fibreglass trees: the Zeppelin Museum is the first museum in Germany to host an exhibition by Mariele Neudecker.

In her work Neudecker examines the contemporary concept of landscapes and the changing perception of landscapes, nature, and technology on the basis of the philosophical aesthetics of Romanticism. At a time when the consequences of climate change are becoming threateningly apparent, thus overshadowing our notions of “idyllic nature”, Neudecker presents ambiguous renderings of our culturally coded yearnings in the shape of sound installations, video documentaries, sculptures, photographs, and artistic re-enactments. They are defined by contradictions and changing perspectives: a sunrise and a sunset become one by means of simultaneous recording, miniaturized mountains materialize out of artificial mists in aquariums on high pedestals, and life-size casts of tree trunks rise up from cubic pedestals. Large becomes small, small becomes large, and the asynchronous becomes synchronous: Some Things Happen All at Once.

 

Further information: www.zeppelin-museum.de

Mariele Neudecker
“Some Things Happen All at Once”
installation view Zeppelin Museum, Friedrichshafen, Germany, 2016
Foto: Markus Tretter
Mariele Neudecker
“Some Things Happen All at Once”
installation view Zeppelin Museum, Friedrichshafen, Germany, 2016
Foto: Markus Tretter
Mariele Neudecker
“Some Things Happen All at Once”
installation view Zeppelin Museum, Friedrichshafen, Germany, 2016
Foto: Markus Tretter