Photo by Doug Eng. Subscribe Send blog posts to your inbox and never miss a post! It seems to me impossible to undertake any artistic endeavour without some political connection. We asked Zieger to share with us insight into her work and process. Where are you from?
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I decided to react to this very specific condition: In brigithe way, I reactivate these images and develop a renewed reading of them, which I want to be disturbing for viewers. Animated film with sound.
Shooting Wallpaper: Brigitte Zieger – John Young Museum of Art: University of Hawaii at Manoa
What is your artistic process like? A sense of play and critique ziegee in much of my works, through a practice that includes video, sculpture and drawings. I wanted to make a piece that disrupts the tranquility of this exclusive moment, so I chose to position myself inside the framework of a bourgeois wallpaper to provoke the audience. Image courtesy of the artist. The conflicts penetrate our comfortable homes sooting become part of privacy.
Art & Ideas: A Q&A with Artist Brigitte Zieger
Follow the Blog Submit. NOLA will open today for brunch from 11 a. Each one of my series is based on different gestures or techniques introduced into the semantic field of the artwork. Subscribe Send blog posts to your inbox and never miss a post!
MOCA is opening at Tell us a little bit about yourself.
Artist Statement My work is based on familiar everyday images and objects chosen mostly on internet. I keep all of the patterns intact and then add the figure, which is integrated with a compositing software. This responds birgitte wars around the globe, but it also addresses how the iconography of war is embedded in everyday life and our broader social consciousness. Where are you from?
The main interest for me is how history shapes our perception and conditions our view on gender and social stereotypes.
Shooting Wallpaper: Brigitte Zieger
Photo by Doug Eng. The inserted animation opens up the profoundness of space behind the flat surface of tapestry. The galleries close at 5 p. Perturbing genres, changing the shoooting, transcending categories while entwining them, upsetting reference points, juggling from one terrain to another. However, it has less to do with the commodities they represent than with the cultural networks that piece them nrigitte and articulate them in larger wholes, conditioning their manufacture, their use.
It is the artist who shoots at the viewer. My choice is mainly directed towards images related to ideals or utopian visions of society, as well as the shootign, domination and violence. Often, I start with a keyword and then search through all kinds of documents-old photographs, graphics, press images-all related to recent history and political events. I manipulate these images in different ways, displacing them into other contexts and other artistic forms.
I am glad that you ask the question about the sound, because this involved quite a bit of detailed research.
We asked Zieger to share with us insight into her work and process. I employ icons or social symbols, such as a full size Mercedes Benz, guns, hairstyle or bombs. To zeger a new work, the Internet is an important source. I wanted to use all types of gun sounds, reaching from old pistols to modern arms, from hunting weapons to military guns, again the sounds go through this long history of violence. How did you select the different noises?
The chosen media itself is a source of reflection. What is your artistic training?