Deep Sea: Offshore, Artists Explore The Sea, Hull Maritime Museum and Ferens Gallery, Hull, 1st April - 28th August 2017.
The works developed for Deep Sea resulted from Mariele Neudecker's collaboration with marine 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 a project outline, an exhibition guide, 2 mp4 composite films of the 12 screen installation,18 exhibition views, and a composite image of video stills.
There is also Vimeo link to the full length video One More Time below.
Organised by Invisible Dust, Offshore: Artists Explore the Sea was an exhibition held at Hull Maritime Museum and Ferens Gallery as part of Hull City of Culture 2017. The exhibition featured existing and 10 specially commissioned works by invited contemporary artists, that explore the impact on the sea of climate change, and look at the contrasting ways the oceans have shaped our culture, economy and imagination.
Offshore was curated by Gemma Lloyd and Lara Goodband and produced by Invisible Dust in partnership with Hull Culture and Leisure and Hull City Council.
For a full list of participating artists please see the exhibition guide in this item.
To view the entire film, please click the below Vimeo link to One More Time (2017):
Photography: David Chalmers. Images used with permission courtesy of the photographer and the Hull Maritime Museum and Ferens Gallery, Hull.
Exhibition guide used with permission courtesy of Invisible Dust and Hull Maritime Museum.
One More Time was also shown in Ocean Imaginaries, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne in 2017, Sediment at the Limerick city of Art Gallery, Unity In Diversity at Tblisi History Museum, Georgia and The Vestibules , Bristol in 2018.
The Improbable Always Happens Sometimes (Sediment) & (Descent) was also shown as part of Neudecker's solo exhibition, Sediment at the Limerick City of Art Gallery in 2018.
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Arts Council England, HCAL, Wellcome Trust Sustaining Award, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation UK , University of Hull.