Deep Sea: Ocean Imaginaries, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, 5th May - 1st July 2017.
The works developed for Deep Sea resulted from Mariele Neudecker's collaboration with scientists and explore the hidden, often contradictory, aspects of the deep ocean. Focusing on the theme of the sublime in a contemporary context Neudecker questions our perceptions of, relationship to and impact on this invisible world.
This item contains an outline of the exhibition, an exhibtion poster, an exhibition view and a video.
It documents the inclusion of Neudecker's dual video installation work, One More Time (2017) in Ocean Imaginaries at the RMIT Gallery, in Melbourne Australia in 2017. The exhibition featured the work of 20 international artists whose works explored perceptions of the ocean in a time of profound environmental change. The exhibition was curated by Linda Williams.
Photography: Images used with permission courtesy of RMIT Gallery.
For a full list of participating artists please refer to the Exhibition catalogue in this item.
One More Time 2017 was also shown at Ferens Gallery, Hull as part of Offshore, Artists Explore the Sea curated by Invisible Dust in 2017, Unity In Diversity, Tblisi History Museum & The Vestibules, Bristol in 2018, and Sediment at Limerick City Gallery Of Art in 2019.
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