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mariele neudecker


1965 born Düsseldorf, Germany

2001- lives and works in Bristol (UK)


1996-97 Tower Hamlets College (Digital Image Creation/Manipulation), London

1991-92 Chelsea College of Art and Design (MA Sculpture), London

1987-90 Goldsmiths’ College (BA Hons Degree), London

1985-87 Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork, Ireland

Awards/Residencies/Selection Panels

2012/13 Lead-artist, HOUSE, Brighton Festival (ACE funded)

2012-15 Sculpture for Norwich, public art commission, Norwich, UK

2012 ACE award for ‘Unknown Landscapes’ project, funding Greenland expedition and Deep Sea Research

2010 Ludwig Gies Preis, Letter Stiftung, Germany

2010 Headlands Centre for the Arts, San Francisco, USA

2010 Selector - UKYA01 Derby, (with Akram Kahn)- for Biennale of young artists from Europe and the Mediterranean,
(Morocco 2011)

2008/9 Aldeburgh Music 1st Visual Artists Residency, Snape Maltings, UK

2001 Botho-Graef-Prize of the city of Jena, Germany

1998-01 Senior Research Fellow in Fine Art, UWIC, Cardiff, UK

1999 Joint prize winner Oil of Olay (LUX Centre/Make magazine), London

1998 Henry Moore Sculpture Fellowship, Spike Island, Bristol, UK

1997 1st Prize for Sculpture, 7th International Biennial of Sculpture and Drawing, Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon

1997 Selector – Pepiniere Residencies, panel held in Bristol, UK

1996 MOMART Prize Winner, The Whitechapel Open, London

1996 The Discerning Eye - New Discovery Art Prize, HSBC Investment Bank, London

1996 European Artists Pépinière, Visual Arts, Budapest, Hungary

Teaching/Lecturing/External Assessing

2014 University of Westminster, LondonCheltenham School of Art, lecture/teaching

2013 Bath Spa School of Art , Reseach Fellow (p/t)

2013- Glasgow School of Art, External Assessor

2012 For-Site Foundation in Nevada City, CA, USA

2012 Bergen School of Art, Bergen Norway

2011 Royal Academy of the Arts, London

2011 Winchester School of Art

2011 High Wycombe School of Art

2011 Goldsmiths College, MA, London

2011 Leeds College for the Arts

2011 Leeds School of Arts

2010 Christie’s Curatorial Program, London

2010 Worchester School of Art

2009-13 Stoke-on-Trent – external assessor

2009 Museum Marta Herford, Germany

2009 New York Studio Program (NYSP), Brooklyn, NY

2009 Auckland School of Art, NZ

2008 Singapore School of Art, Singapore

2008 Kitchner School of Art, ON, Canada

2007 Stoke-on-Trent

2007 Slade School of Art, London

2006 Bath Spa School of Art (p/t)

2006 Nottingham School of Art and Design

2006 Architects Association, London

2005 Goldsmiths' College MA, London

2005 Bath Spa School of Art

2005 Slade School of Art, London

2004 Cheltenham School of Art

Exeter School of Art & Design, Univ. of Plymouth

2003 Bath Spa School of Art

• Oslo National College of the Arts

Trondheim School of Art

2001 UWE, Bristol, UK

Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

The Royal Academy, London

The Royal College, London

University of Newcastle, Department of Fine Art

1998-03 Goldsmiths' College MA, London

UWIC - Cardiff School of Fine Art

1998 Academy of Fine Art, Bergen, Norway

1997 Chelsea School of Art, MA-sculpture

1996-97 Exeter School of Art & Design, University of Plymouth (P/T)

1994 Kingston University, London

2005 Middlesex University, London

2005 Brighton School of Art

2005 NCAD, Dublin

1993 Kingston University, London

Selected conference speaker/discussion/workshop participation

2014 In Conversation, In Visible Nature contemporary Artists in The Environment The Sidney Nolan Trust, UK

2013 ‘Ways Of Seeing Climate Change’ - Conference As Part Of Manchester Science Festival 30th October, paper

2013 ‘Extraordinary Renditions: The Cultural Negotiation Of Science’ - Christine Borland & Brody Condon, Fiona Crisp, Chris Dorsett, Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art, Gateshead

2013 In Conversation with Mary McIntyre, Courtauld Institute, London

2013 Vistas, Views and Vapors (Clouds from Art History to the Data-Cloud) Bergen School of Art , Norway

2012 Revisiting Histories: Exploring Tensions between Tradition and Innovation. in conversation with art historian Mark Cheetham, The Courtauld Institute of Art Research Forum. 2012 Frank Davis series: ‘The Quick and the Dead’

2012 ‘Towards a Contemporary Sublime’ with sculptor Mariele Neudecker – workshop at Firestation Dublin

2012 "re-presenting experience - a study of a figure in a landscape", For-Site Foundation in Nevada City, CA, USA

2010 Space and Desire, Zurich University of the Arts ZHdK, Switzerland (publ)

2010 Provenance, Bath Spa University, UK (publ.)

2008 Beauty, Land/Water and the Visual Arts, University of Plymouth, UK (publ)

2008 The New Art Centre Towada, Towada, Japan

2008 Wonder, Singapore –Biennale Conference (publ.), Singapore

2005 Nature in the Kingdom of Ends, Selfoss, Iceland (publ)

Upcoming prolects: 2014/2018

Seascape with Moon, Swansea Tidal Lagoon, Funds and planning-permission pending.

Still-Life-Landscape, Landscape-Still-Life (after J.S. Cotman), Sculpture for Norwich, public art commission, Norwich, UK (PENDING PLANNING PERMISSION), UK Funds and planning-permission pending.

The Hanging Gardens, public art commission in ‘4 chapters’, Guy’s Hospital, London

Bristol Harbourside, public art commission as part of Bristol Green Capital, UK

M N SOLO, MoDiP, University of the Arts, Bournemouth, UK

Re-searching African Futures: Archives, lives, and hopes for science – Tanzania:Research and Development 2013/14, lead by Dr Wenzel Geissler, Oslo

The Emotional Life of Water: Isabelle Hayeur, Mariele Neudecker, Paul Walde Exhibition curated by Mark A. Cheetham, Toronto, New York, London. Funds and dates pending.

Re-searching African Futures, Cambridge University, conference participation, UK

Mariele Neudecker, solo-exhibition, Zeppelin Museum, Friedrichshafen, Germany

Selected solo exhibitions

2014 RE-THINK Space, Adam Czodsko, Mariele Neudecker, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, UK

2014 Mariele Neudecker, Galerie Haas, Zurich, Switzerland

2014 There is Always Something More Important, Gallerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, (publication)

2013 For Now We See, at British Science Festival, St Thomas’ Church, Newcastle,

2013 Heterotopias and Other Domestic Landscapes, Brighton Festival, lead artist for HOUSE, Brighton

2013 Hinterland, Mariele Neudecker, Solo exhibition, Kunstmuseum Trondheim, curated by Pontus Kyander, Norway –
6 months exhibition, publication

2012 Parhelion, Mariele Neudecker, Thomas Rehbein Gallery, Cologne, Germany

2011 Kindertotenlieder, Mariele Neudecker, Howard Assembly Hall, Opera North, Leeds, UK

2010 Mariele Neudecker, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin (leporello publication)

2009 Mariele Neudecker, Stay Forever and Never Come Back, The Dovecote Studio,
Aldeburgh Music, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, UK

2009 Mariele Neudecker - New Works, R O O M , London

2009 Winterreise, live performances Leicester, Leeds and Lancaster

2009 Winterreise, full length screening at Prince Charles Cinema, London, UK

2008 This Thing Called Darkness, Arts Towada, Towada, Japan

2008 Mariele Neudecker, Gallery Barbara Thumm, Berlin

2008 2.5 million light years, commission for the NewArtCentre, Roche Court, Salisbury

2007 Those Who Came Before Us, and Us Wha Are to Follow/You Are Always on my Mind
(2 permanent video works) Egypt Gallery, Bristol's City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol

2006 Kindertotenlieder, Salts Mill, Saltaire, UK, Colston Hall Bristol, Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham

2006 Ambassador, Republic Tower Billboard Project, Centre for Contemporary Art in Association
with Visible Art Foundation, Melbourne, Australia

2005 Over and Over, Again and Again, Tate Britain, London

2005 Winterreise, Opera North Project (various venues), UK

2005 Kindertotenlieder, Impressions Gallery, York, UK (DVD- cat.)

2004 Much Was Decided Before You Were Born, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin

2004 Over and Over, Again and Again, Tate St Ives, Cornwall, UK, (cat.)

2004 Between Us, Tullie House, Carlisle, GB, Laing Gallery, Newcastle, UK

2004 Winterreise, Opera North Project (various venues), UK

2003 Between Us, Chapter Touring (Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, Leeds City art Gallery, Leeds,
Bluecoat, Liverpool),UK

2003 Winterreise, Opera North Touring Project

2002 Between Us, Chapter, Cardiff, Wales, (cat.)

2001 Until Now, Künstlerhaus Bethanien & Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin

2001 Until Now, 1st Site at the Minories, Colchester, UK

2001 Until Now, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK

1999 Never Eat Shredded Wheat, I-Space, Krannert Art Museum, Chicago, USA

1999 Things Can Change in a Day, Storvågan Museum, Kabelvåg, Kunstfestivalen i Lofoten, Norway (cat.)

1999 Mariele Neudecker, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, USA

1998 The Halted Traveller, Bergens Kunstforening, Bergen, Norway

1998 Shipwreck, project-room, Galeria Gio Marconi, Milan, Italy

1998 Mariele Neudecker, Barbara Thumm Gallery, Berlin

1998 Lucy Bellevue - Mariele Neudecker, Gallery Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris

1998 Unrecallable Now, Spike Island, Bristol, UK

1998 The Air We Breathe Is Invisible, Middlesbrough Art Gallery, UK

1997 Mariele Neudecker, Art Dealers 2, Friche de la Belle de Mai, Marseille, France

1997 Mariele Neudecker, Lotta Hammer Gallery, London, UK

1996 Stolen Sunsets, Studio Galeria, Budapest, Hungary

1993 Pépinière Exhibition, Barcsay Exhibition Hall, Budapest, Hungary (cat.)

1991 Piece-talks, (collab. with Gillian Wearing), Diorama Art Centre, London, UK

Selected group exhibitions

2014 THE ANTARCTIC PAVILION: ANTARCTOPIA, Venice Architecture Biennale, Antarctic Pavilion, Fondaco Marcello, Italy

2014 A Screaming Comes Across the Sky, group show, LABoral, curated by Juha van 't Zelfde), Gijón, Spain

2014 Slow Futures, CCA Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland

2013 ARCTIC, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark (cat.)

2013 Between Two Tides, Mariele Neudecker and Rosie Snell, Motorcade Flashparade, Bristol

2012 Im Schein des Unendlichen. Romantik und Gegenwart - curated by Dr. Martina Padberg, ALTANA Kulturstiftung, Bad Homburg, Germany

2012 Kalte Rinden - Seltene Erden, Stadtgalerie Kiel, Märkisches Museum Witten, Städtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen,curated by Maik Wolf, Germany

2012 The Politics of Amnesia, Cafe Gallery, London, UK

2011 Preternatural/Supernatural, Natural History Museum, Ottawa, Canada

2011 Hearts Towada Exhibition, Towada Art Center, Fundraiser for Fukushima Desaster, Japan

2011 Belvedere. Warum ist Landschaft schön?’ Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, curated by Christine Heidemann & Anne Kersten

2011 Headlands, Groupshow in Auckland, NZ selected artists from Headlands Residencies, San Francisco.

2011 Otherworldly: Artist Dioramas and Small Specacles, curated by David McFadden, MAD Museum, New York, USA

2011 Screaming From The Mountain: Landscapes and Viewpoints. curated by Pontus Kyander, Sörlandets Kunstmuseum, Norway

2011 Rohkunstbau, Schloss Marquart, Berlin, curated by Mark Gisbourne, Germany (cat.)

2011 Drawing 2011 Biennal Fundraiser - The Drawing Room, London

2010 Foto-festival, Hereford, Shropshire, UK

2010 The Fourth Plinth, Maquette exhibition, StMartins in the Field, London, UK

2010 Provenance, curated by Angie Cockaine, BSU,Corsham Court, Bath (publication)

2010 Collaborators 2, R O O M, London


2010 'Sacred'. Fermanagh County Museum Enniskillen Castle, N-Ireland

2010 Extraordinary Measures, Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

2010 Realismus - Das Abenteuer der Wirklichkeit – Realism – The Adventure of Reality Kunsthalle Emden ,
Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung, München, Germany (cat.)

2010 Earthscapes, Sherwood House at Britport Art Gallery, UK

2009 GSK Contemporary: eARTh, Curated by Kathleen Soriano and David Buckland and Edith Devaney,
Royal Academy of  Arts, London (cat.)

2009 Pittoresk – Neue Perspektiven auf das Landschaftsbild, (Beyond the Picturesque) - Museum Marta Herford,
Germany (in collaboration with SMAK Gent) (cat.)

2009 Cafka.09: Veracity, Contemporary Art Forum, Kitchener and Area, ON, Canada

2009 Tell it To The Trees, Croft Castle, Meadow Gallery, Shropshire, UK (large scale outdoor commission)

2009 Drawing 2009 Biennal Fundraiser - The Drawing Room, London


2009 Trying To Cope With Things That Aren’t Human (Part One), curated by Ian Brown,
David Cunningham Project, San Francisco, US

2009 cafka.09: Veracity, Contemporary Art Forum, Kitchener and Area, ON, Canada

2008 Peace and Agriculture in a Pre-Romantic Ideal Landscape, without Sublime Terrors, Haunch of Venison, Berlin

2008 Command and Control, Standpoint Gallery, London

2008 Monochrome. Drawings and Prints, Rabley Contemporary

2008 Drawing Centre, Marlborough, UK

2008 Wonder, Singapore Biennale, curated by Fumio Nanjo

2008 Acclimatation, Villa Arson, Nice, France

2008 DRIFT, London, curated by Illuminate Productions, London

2008 Opera, Late at Tate, Prince Charles Cinema, London

2007 Real and Imagined Landscapes, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA

2007 Reality Crossings, Fotofestival curated by Christoph Tannert, Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany

2007 Place Memory, SITE 07, Stroud Art Space, UK

2007 ZOO, Sandie Macrae, Royal Academy, London

2007 [C]Artography:Map-Making As Artform, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland

2007 Mapping the Terrain, ACE selection, Midpennie Gallery, UK

2007 Reality Bites - Making Avant-Garde Art in Post-Wall Germany, Sam Fox Arts Center at
Washington University, St.Louis, USA (cat.)

2007 Venice: City of Dreams?, Sotheby’s Conduit Street Gallery, London

2007 Place Memory, video screening at Stroud Valleys Artspace as part of site07, Gloucestershire, UK

2007 ZOO, Sandie Macrae, Royal Academy, London

2007 Mapping the Terrain, ACE selection, Midpennie Gallery, UK

2006 How to Improve the World, 60 Years of British Art, ACC, Hayward Gallery, London and Birmingham City Museum

2006 Nature Attitudes, T-B A21, Thyssen–Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, Austria

2006 ARS06, Kiasma, Helsinki, Finnland, (cat.)

2006 Melancholie: Genie und Wahnsinn in der Kunst, Meue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany (cat.)

2006 The Sublime is Now!. Das Erhabene in der Kunst von Barnett Newman bis heute,
Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, Switzerland (cat.)

2005 Vertigo, Sudley Castle (commission/ Meadow Gallery), UK

2005 Modelräume, Stadt. Museum Nordhorn, Germany

2004 Into My World: Recent British Scupture, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, USA, (cat.)

2004 Zwischenwelten, Museum Haus Esthers -Haus Lange, Krefeld, Germany (cat.)

2004 Elemental Insight, MET Office, Exeter, UK, (cat.)

2004 Natural Histories: Realism Revisited, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA),
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

2004 Other Times, City Gallery Prague, Prague, Czech Republic, (cat.)

2003 Berlin-Moskau,Moskau-Berlin: 1950-2000, Walter-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany, (cat.)

2003 Orifice, Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia

2003 From Dust to Dusk, Museum of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

2003 Danger Zone, Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland

2003 The Idea of North, Green on Red Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2003 Out of Place , Harewood House, Yorkshire, UK

2003 Liquid Sea, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Australia, (cat.)

2003 Micro-Macro, Muczarnok, British Council Exhibition, Budapest, Hungary, (cat.)

2003 Der Berg, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg, Germany, (cat.)

2002 Judie Bamber, David Deutsch, Moira Dryer, Mariele Neudecker. Gorney Bravin + Lee, New York, USA

2002 Utopien Heute, Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany, (cat.)

2002 At Sea, curated by Victoria Pommery, The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

2002 Imagination und Romantik, The Brno House of Arts, Brno, Tschec Republic

2002 Humid, curated by Juliana Engberg, Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

2001 Imagination und Romantik , Jena, Germany, (cat.)

2001 Total Object Complete With Missing Parts, curated by Andrew Renton, Tramway, Glasgow, UK

2001 Landscap, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Sweden

2001 Yokohama International Triennale, curated by Fumio Nanjo,Yokohama, Japan, (cat.)

2001 Imagination und Romantik, Jenoptik, Jena , Germany, (cat.)

2001 At Sea, curated by Victoria Pommery, Tate Liverpool, UK

2001 LOCUS/FOCUS (Sonsbeek 9), curated by Jan Hoet, Arnhem, Holland, (cat.)

2001 Skulptur-Biennale, curated by Christoph Tannert, Münsterland, Münster, Germany, (cat.)

2001 Aukland Triennale, curated by Alllan Smith, Aukland, New Zealand, (cat.)

2001 Humid, curated by Juliana Engberg, Spike Island, Bristol, UK, (cat.)

2001 Artline V, Borken/Germany, curated by Jan Hoet & Michel De Wilde, (cat.)

2001 Superman in Bed', Collection Gaby and Wilhelm Schürmann, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany

2001 Time Odyssey, Galeria Luis Serpa Project, Museo Nacional de Historia Narural, Sala do Veado, Lisbon, Portugal

2000 Landscape, from the British Council Collection, ACC Gallery, Weimar; then touring in Europe and South America (cat.)

2000 Blue: borrowed and new, Launch Exhibition, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK, (cat.)

2000 The Wreck of 'Hope', The Friedrich Society, The Nunnery Gallery, London, UK

2000 Waterfront, Helsingborg, SW - Helsingør, Denmark (cat.)

2000 Utopias, Mead Gallery, Warwick, UK, (cat.)

1999 About Time, Cardiff Art in Time Festival, Ffotogallery, Cardiff, UK

1999 Melbourne International Biennial, Melbourne, Australia (cat.)

1999 The Olay Vision Award For Women Artists, LUX Gallery, London

1999 Simulacra - Keeping it real, works from the Arts Council Collection, touring UK

1999 In Uso, (Titanic), Michettin Museum, Pescara, Italy

1998 The House In The Woods, CCA, Glasgow; Aberdeen Art Gallery; Ormeau Bath Gallery, Belfast, UK (cat.)

1998 Gallery Artists, Lotta Hammer Gallery, London

1998 Nature of Man, Kunsthalle Lund, Sweden (cat.)

1998 Feeringbury VIII Cultivated, Feeringbury, Essex, UK (cat.)

1998 Micro, Hayles Gallery, London, UK

1998 Viewpoints, Artsway, Contemporary Visual Arts in the New Forest, Hamps.,UK

1998 Travelogue, The Travelling Gallery, tour Scotland, UK (cat.)

1998 Here to Stay, Arts Council Collection purchases of the 1990s; Plymouth Arts Centre; Aberystwyth Arts Centre, and touring, UK (cat.)

1998 Richard Wentworth's Thinking Aloud, Kettles Yard Gallery, Cambridge; Corner House Manchester; Camden Art Centre, London, UK (cat.)

1997 Light, Richard Salmon Gallery, London, UK

1997 Belladonna, ICA, London, UK

1997 7th International Biennial of Sculpture and Drawing, EDCR, Bienal International De Escultura e Desegno Das Caldas Da Raina, Portugal (cat.)

1997 A Sense of Scale, Ikon Touring, B-ham and Midlands, UK

1997 Belladonna: a selection, firstsite at The Minories Art Gallery, Colchester, UK

1997 A Case For A Collection: New Work by Contemporary Artists, The Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, UK

1997 Whisper and Streak, B Thumm Gallery, Berlin, Germany

1997 Light, Spacex Gallery, Exeter, UK

1997 Arnolfini Multiple Commission, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK

1997 Boredom, CD ROM, launched at ICA, London, UK

1996 Private View, The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, North Yorkshire, UK (cat.)

1996 Out of Space, Cole and Cole, Oxford, UK

1996 Lightness and Weight, The Custard Factory, B-ham, UK

1996 New Contemporaries-Multiples, Camden Art Centre, London, UK

1996 Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK

1996 The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London, UK (cat.).

1994 Aritma 2, Foundation for Modern Art, Dunaujvaros, Hungary

1994 British Telecom New Contemporaries, Camden Art Centre, London; Cornerhouse, Manchester; Arnolfini, Bristol; Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh; Aberystwyth Art Centre, Aberystwyth; Cartwright Hall, Bradford, UK (cat.)

1994 Miniatures, The Agency at Curtain Road Arts, London, UK

1994 Art(s) d’Europe, Gallerie de L’Esplanade, Paris, France (cat.)

1993 Brick Lane Open 4, The Heritage Centre, London, UK

1993 Launch, Curtain Road Arts, London, UK

1993 Western Exposure, Riverside Studios, London, UK

Selected Press/Articles

- Framing Change - Daniel Cressey tours scientists and artists who are showcasing elusive environmental shifts. May 2013, NATURE magazine no.497, p. 187

- The Independent on Sunday, The Critics, Fourth Plinth, St Martin in the Field, London, Charles Darvent, 05/09/2010

- The Guardian, 20/08/2010, Fourth Plinth artists get cocky, Mark Brown.

- The Guardian, 20/08/2010, Poignant Boy on the Rocking Horse takes the gold, Adrian Searle.

- The Independent, 20/08/2010, The battle of Trafalgar Square: Six srtists vie for fourth plinth spot, Rob Hastings.

+ ‘This site is a challenge to artists, comment by Anthony Gormley.

- The Independent, 20/08/2010, Cockerels, cashpoints and cake next for fourth plinth, Arifa Akbar.

- The Times, 20/08/2010, Artists seek a plinth finish in first race of the Olympics, Rachel Campbell-Johnston.

- Daily Telegraph, 20/08/2010, Birds eye view, Fourth plinth shortlist, Anita Singh

- Evening Standard, 19/07/2010, Chicken, giant cake and pipe organ in battle of Trafalgar Square fourth plinth,
Louise Jury.+ Absurd, powerfull, witty … it’s a difficult choice for the selection jury, Ben Luke

- Evening Standard, 19/07/2010, Diana voodoo doll artist on fourth plinth shortlist, Louise Jury.

Fourth Plinth related online, all June/July 2010:

BBC news - uk england london

BBC local news - london

BBC local news - london arts and culture

Guardian online

Evening Standard online


Press Association

Independent - PA

Culture 24

Art Review - New Zealand entertainment - UK news

AOL news

The london daily

Talktalk - entertainment

U tv news - Fourth plinth shortlist

- Rediscovering landscapes at Cityhall, Madhvi Subrahmanian, Singapore Business Times, Sept 2008, ill

- Hans Pietsch: “Die unheimliche Kälte der Romantik”, art - das Kunstmagazin, Nr. 10 / October 2007, pp. 36 – 40

- Jonathan Griffin: “Mariele Neudecker”, frieze, October 2006, p. 266

- Gabriella Coslovich: “Mortality at corner of La Trobe and Queen”, in: The Age, AU, September 15, 2006

- Waldemar Januszczak: “Scenes through a glass starkly”, Sunday Times (UK), 13. 06. 2004

- Interview “In Tune with Sean Rafferty” (Andrew Foster-Williams, Chris Gould, Mariele Neudecker discussing

- Winterreise performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden), 5pm, April 2003

- Susan McCulloch, “MCA swims into wider waters”, Liquid Sea, MCA Sydney, in: Weekend Australian,
April 12-13, 2003, p. R21

- Kate Davidson, “Journeying to other worlds: Liquid sea at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney”, in:

- Art Monthly Australia, no. 161, July 2003, p. 29-32

- Elspeth Probyn, “Serious might of the main”, in: The Australian, 2nd April 2003, p.33.

- Christopher Phillips, “Crosscurrents in Yokohama”, in: Art in America, Jan. 2001, p.84-91

- Bernard van Lierop, “The Ironic Sublime”, in: Planet, issue 156, December 2002/January 2003, p. 32 - 38

- Moira Jeffrey, “Total object Complete with Missing Parts”, Tramway, Glasgow, review in: The Herald, Sept 10, 2001

- Andreas Hergeth, “Romantik aus Plexiglas”, in: taz berlin, 27./28. Oct. 2001

- Wolfgang Hirsch, “Subtil vermittelte Romantiker-Sicht

- Mariele Neudecker erhält Botho-Graef-Kunstpreis”, in: Thüringer Landeszeitung TLZ, 06.10.2001

- Bärbel Roick, “Kühl-subtile Romantik-Adaption”, in: Ostthüringer Zeitung OTZ, 08.10.2001

- Deborah Schultz, “‘The Conquest of Space’ - On the Prevalence of Maps in: Contemporary Art”,

- Henry Moore Institute Essays on Sculpture 35, Leeds 2001

- Philip Key, “Magic of the Sea”, Liverpool Daily Post, July 13, 2001

- Valerie Reardon, “Humid”, in: Art Monthly no 4, 2001, p. 36 - 38

- Georg Imdahl, “Der sechste Schornstein sucht einen Betrachter

- Die zweite Skulptur-Biennale im Münsterland”, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 12.07.2001

- Michael Kohler: “Die Abgeschlossenheit Arkadiens”, in: Die Welt, 03.07.2001

- 2000 Adrian Searle, “If you go down to the woods today....”, The Guardian, Oct. 3 2000

- Kathy Battista: “Mariele Neudecker”, Make Magazine, Sept./Nov, 2000

- Tom Lubbock, “Strictures at an exibition”, The Independent, Oct. 10, 2000

- Regina von Planta: “Mariele Neudecker in der Ikon Gallery”, Kunstbulletin 10/2000

- Marjori Althorpe Guyton/Paul Glinkowski: “Solid Foundations”, Tate Magazine, winter 2000, p. 62-64

- “Utopias”, Mead Gallery, in: Art Monthly, November 2000, p. 30- 33

- The Henry Moore Foundation, Issue No 9, Winter 2000, Exhibitions,

- Emma Safe, “Mariele Neudecker”; in: VCA, December 2000, p. 68

- “Mariele’s World of images and sound”, Evening Gazette, December 13, 2000

- Darren Gooding: “Mariele Neudecker at Minories”, Essex Country Standard, Dec. 29, 2000, p. 27

- Sonia Carvill “Welcome to her dream-like world”, The East Anglian Daily Times, 8 December 2000

- “Mariele Neudecker profile”, in: art review, October 2000, p. 57

- “Profile: “Mariele Neudecker, True romance”, in: Tate Magazine, Winter 2000

- Laura Cumming: “Dense forests, drifting snow...”in: The Observer, October 7 2000

- Sarah Hemming: “Shedding new light on art”, Daily Express, Sept 30

- Terry Grimley: “Atmospheric art in a box”, The Birmingham Post, Oct. 11, 2000

- John Gustafson, New Art Examiner, page 42-43, June 1999

- Eric Fredericksen, “Don’t Know Much”, The Stranger, Vol.8, No.44, July 22-28, P.89

- Cynthia Rose, “Harris shows artist’s take on romanticism”, The Seattle Times, July 22, 1999, p. 22

- Victoria Josslin, “Neudecker’s distorted maps remind one of biases”, Seattle PostIntelligencer,

- What’s Happening Section, July 23, 1999, page 18

- Victoria Josslin, Art Review, “Never Eat Shredded Wheat”, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 23

- Ian Hunt, “Mariele Neudecker, Spike Island, Bristol”, October 31 to November 30”, in: Art Monthly 98-99

- Louisa Buck, “Faces Places and Spaces to watch in 1998”. New Statesman, 2. Jan. 1998

- Maite Lorés, “Other Voices, other places”, Contemporary Visual Arts, Jan 98 p.44-49

- Per Gunnar Tverbakk, Galleri Otto Plonk, I Bergens Kunstforeining,

- “The Halted Traveller, Mariele Neudecker”, Bergens Kunstforeining, KUNST, Feb, 98 p.18

- Lotte Schonfelder, “Sesongapping med stort specter”, Bergens Tidende, 5. Feb. 98, p 28

- “The Boredom Factor”, Blueprint, Feb. 98,#147, p. 42

- Toril Gjesvik, “A fange verden” BT, 14. Feb. 98, (Review the halted traveller)

- Harald Fricke, “Berlins größter Promi als erotische Bühne”, Kunst in “Berlin jetzt: Jonathan Meese,

- Mariele Neudecker, Tom Burr, Wand und Boden”, Die Tageszeitung, 4./5.7.1998

- Carmen Böker, “Seestücke, Berliner Zeitung”, 6.7.1998

- Veit Stiller, “Mariele Neudecker: Die Welt als Fiktion und Wirklichkeit”, Die Welt, 14.7.1998

- “Schöner Schiffbruch, Mariele Neudeckers wäßrige Wunderwelt”, Ticket, Juli 1998

- Neil Cooper, “The House in the Woods”, List, April 1998

- David Barrett, “Mariele Neudecker – Review”, Frieze, May 1998,

- Simon Morley, “The Friedrich Factor”, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 19, pp.26-33 ill.

- Milou Allerholm, “Lekfulla utsnitt ur en filtread nature”, Dagens

- Nyheterna 7, 7 June, 1998

- Brita Orstadius, “Människans nature”, Boras Tidning, 22 June 1998

- Ingamaj Beck, “Tack, menjag är matt”, Aftonbladet, 12 June 1998

- Poul Erik Tojner, “Lunds konsthall somarutställin handlar om naturen, bade den därute och den därinne

- människans väsen” “Människan och de bägge naturerna”, Sydsvenskan, 22 June 1998

- Hakan Zeylon, “Fantasifullt om var nature”, Skanska Dagbladet, 9 June 1998

-“Sju utställingar i en hall”, Hallandsposten, 25 June 1998

- Gunnar Brahammar, “varbegripbart tema pa Lunds konsthall”, Ystads Allehanda, 5 June 1998

- Conny C-A Malmquist, “En givande mangtydighet“ KVP 6 June 1998

- Crispin Ahlström, “Stig in och lat dig betrakas!”, GP, 23 June 1998

- Lisbeth Bonde, “Tilbage til unaturen”, Information, 30 June 1998

- Stefan Olofson, “Människans natur pa Lunds konsthall”, Skanska Dagbladet, 30 May 1998

- Yens Wahlgren, “Allt vildare konstverk”, Sydsvenskan, 30 May

- Ake Holmquist, “Med välavvägd balans”, Norra Skana, 4 June

- Cecilia Billgren, “Ruin möter besökare pa konsthalllens innergard”, Arbetet Nyheterna, 30 May

- Eva Ström, “Ruiner och ogräs”, Svenska Dagbladet, 13 June

- Jörgen Klinthage, “Kraftmätning mellan objekt och reum”, Arbetet Nyheterna, 27 June, 1998, pp. 5

- Jörgen Klinthage, “Konst som tänjer gränserna”, Hallandsposten, 25 June 1998

- Marika Wachtmeister, “Natur som överraskar”, Kristianstadsbladet, 27 June 1998

- John McEwen, “A fashion for death and erotica”, The Sunday Telegraph, Review, 22 November 1998

- Andrew Anthony, “Why be a YBA?”, The Observer, Review, 22 November 1998

- Jonathan Jones, “Water Worlds”, The Guardian

- Martin Herbert, “Light - Richard Salmon”, Time Out (22-29 Jan.97)

- Anne de Charmant, “Le soleil se lève sur l’east end”, MUSÉART, p.118/119, (ill.) NO.66, janvier 1997

- “Studiomobile, Belladonna”, Simona Grande, David Reimondo, Italian TV 1997

- William Fever, “A bonfire of inanities (Belladonna)”, The Observer Review, p.12 (2nd .February)

- “Hell’s belles, Sarah Kent on Belladonna”, Time Out February 12-19 1997

- “For the record, The Young and the Restless”, The Art Newspaper, No.67, Feb,1997

- Mark Sladen, “Belladonna”, ICA, Art Monthly, March 1997, No 204, p.36-7.

- Gill Hedley, “Who’s buying who?” Visual Arts, p.10 (ill.), The Guardian, 17. June 1997.

- 1996 Richard Cork, “Curios and curiouser”, Times, (2 July)

- David Barrett, ”Private View”, Art Monthly, (July-August issue)

- “Open Your Art to me”, East London Advertiser, (25 July)

- “Kalleidoscope, The Open” - Tim Marlowe interviews James Peto, - Mark Sladen, Mariele Neudecker, William Fever,

- Patricia Bickers, (26 July, 4.05pm, BBC Radio 4)

- Helene Lenschel, Art watch - European Business News, Directions (cable TV),

- Roby Detta, BBC young directors pilot documentary, 23 July 96.

- William Feaver, “A bad case of trite and tested”, The Observer Review p.11, (ill.), (28 July)

- Piers Masterson, “Lightness and Weight”, - Custard Factory, Birmingham, Untitled No.11, Summer 1996

- Tony Godfrey, “Private View - Bowes Museum”, Untitled No.11 (ill), Summer 1996

- Martin Coomer, “Open Verdict”, Time Out, (August 7-14)

- Lynn Mac Ritchie, “Quirky works set the scene”, Financial Times, 4 August 1996

- Martin Gayford, “The East End”s Answer to the Summer Show”, The Daily Telegraph, (7 August)

- Directions- Art Watch, “The Whitechapel Open”, European Business News, Cable TV 1996

- Andrew Cross, “The Whitechapel Open”, Art Monthly, (September issue, p.42, ill.)

- Mariele Neudecker, “The Air we Breathe is invisible”, Artists Newsletter, p.49, November 1996, (ill).

- I Hajdu,” Erintok - In and out of touch, Bezselo”, (ill.), June issue 1995

- I D Udvary, “Erintok - In and out of touch”, Balkon Art Magazine, (summer issue)

- Christoph Tannert, “Auftakt, Frühkritik”. Radio Brandenburg, (11. August 7.30 Uhr)

- Ronald Berg, “In and out of touch”, Tagesspiegel, (ill.), 20. August 1995

- KBM, “In and out of touch”, Tip (Berlin), (3. Woche, August)

- William Feaver, “Ban soap, charcoal and childhood memories”, The Observer,15.5.1994

- James Hall, “The British Open”, The Guardian, 23 May 1994

- Barnabas Bencsik, “Uitz Terem”, Balkon Art Magazine, (ill.), June issue, 1994

- Simon Grant, “Miniatures”, Art Monthly, November 1994

- Rose Jennings, “Clove Two”, Time Out, June1992

- Kaleidoscope, MA Shows reviewed, BBC World Service,12 September 1992 9.30pm

- Thomas Lekis, “Kunst, ein Spektrum der Variabilität”, Westdeutsche Zeitung, (ill.), 4. April 1989

- Claudia Zimmermann, “Mariele Neudecker stellt im Kunsthaus aus”, Rheinische Post, (ill.), 8. April 1989


Start The Week: BBC Radio 4, 9am, 6th May 2013, Stephanie Flanders talks to Michael Rosen, Jay Griffiths, Mariele Neudecker and Matt Adams.

Poster insert in Grrrh-Zeitung für Kunst, Nr. 5/6, 4 Quartal, 2007

“Much Was Decided When You Were Born (Artist Project)”, Mariele Neudecker, CABINET Magazine New York, Issue 27 Fall, 2007 Mountains p.76-80

LIVE RADIO - Interview “IN TUNE with Sean Rafferty” (Andrew Foster-Williams, Chris Gould, Mariele Neudecker discussing Winterreise performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden), 5pm, April 2003

Major Collections

ALTANA Collection, Bad Homburg, Germany

Arts Council Collection, London

Artist Pension Trust Collection, London

British Council Collection, London

The Government Art Collection, London

Phillip Morris Collection, NY

Museum of Contemporary Art, Guadalajara, Mexico

Saatchi Collection, London

Towner Collection, Eastbourne, UK

Thyssen-Bornemisza Contemporary Art Collection, Vienna, Austria

Kiasma Collection, Helsinki, Finnland

Selected Private and Corporate Collections

Air de Paris, Paris

Johannes & Bernarda Becker, Cologne, Germany

Katrin Brügelman, London

Frank Cohen, Yorkshire, UK

Sonia Coode-Adams, Colchester, UK

Lawrence Dubrovic, New York, USA

Emeldi Ltd, London

Bobbie Entwistle, London

Stephanie French, New York, USA

Eric Gjerdevik, Kopenhagen

Gunnar & Mocci Hammer, Sweden

James Harris, San Francisco, USA

Gill Hedley, London

Udo Kittelman, Cologne, Germany

Frederik Levie, Stockholm

Mourgue d'Algue, Switzerland

Phillip Morris Collection, New York

Veleria & Gregorio Napoleone, London

Kohji Ogura Gallery, Japan

Rebecca Stewart, Seattle, USA

Galerie J Van Damme, Bruxelles

Nicholas Ward-Jackson, London

Mariele Neudecker is represented by Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin (main representation) and
Gallery Thomas Rehbein, Cologne

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