This title is published as part of In Profile, a series of monographic DVD publications on contemporary artists working with film and video.
Born in Düsseldorf in 1965, Mariele Neudecker has lived and worked in the UK since 1985. Her work investigates the physical and psychological spaces that we, as viewers, carry within ourselves.
She uses primary landscapes, representations taken from books or postcards or extracted from memory or from imagination.
Using sculpture, film and photography she creates a sometimes playful frisson between historical cultural representations of the sublime landscape and our perception, imagination and memory of the reality of experience.
This DVD features an interview with Mariele Neudecker that focuses on her video installation works from 2003 to 2005. The accompanying text includes an illustrated essay by Shirley MacWilliam.