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Forests and Trees: And Then The World Changed Colour: Breathing Yellow, Dulwich Picture Gallery Commission, London, UK, 13th February - 2nd June 2019.

posted on 2021-03-27, 11:28 authored by Mariele NeudeckerMariele Neudecker
Forest and Trees focuses on research into landscape as metaphor for the human condition, the Contemporary Sublime, human psychology, atmospheric conditions and subjects surrounding climate change.

This item contains a document describing the artwork, a commission proposal and an exhibition press release, 5 images of exhibition views, 4 images of the construction of the commission and an external link to a short video of the artist talking about the commission.

This item documents the exhibition of And Then the World Changed Colour: Breathing Yellow', a sculptural installation commissioned for the mausoleum at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London and displayed as part of the exhibition, Painting Norway (13 February – 2 June 2019), of work by the Norwegian artist, Harald Sohlberg (1869 - 1935).

The exhibition was curated by Kathleen Soriano.

And Then The World Changed Colour: Breathing Yellow
564mm x 636mm x 45mm
mixed media incl. glass, water, resin.

To view Mariele Neudecker's introductory talk on the commission please click the link:

: Benjamin Jones. Images used with permission courtesy of the photographer and Dulwich Picture Gallery.

And Then The World Changed Colour: Breathing Yellow was also exhibited in SEDIMENT (2019), Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick, Ireland and in Among the Trees, (2020) curated by Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery, London.

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