Mariele Neudecker: Over and Over, Again and Again by Tate St Ives
Mariele Neudecker is known internationally for her captivating investigations of the natural world. Using film, video, photography and sculpture, including the creation of haunting miniatured landscapes in glass tanks, Neudecker probes the gap between human perception and the reality we all inhabit. Her interest in the social, psychological and historical spaces we live in is central to her work. The works featured in this publication and the accompanying exhibition at Tate St Ives highlight her involvement with the Romantic concept of the sublime in a Cornish context. The works featured are in a range of media including two new tank works and a recent film project, Winterreise The book includes essays by David Blayney Brown, senior curator at Tate and writer and composer Douglas Young bringing new perspectives to the works of this important artist.