Renowned for her mixed media work melding human interest with landscapes, German-born Mariele Neudecker is the lead artist for Brighton’s HOUSE 2013, a festival developed from the established open house exhibitions in the city, where artists and makers open their own homes to display their work.
The concept is to create a dynamic and contemporary strand for commissioned visual art from south east artists during May’s Brighton Festival, as well as addressing the shortage of spaces in the city for curated exhibitions.
This work could prove Neudecker’s most ambitious installation to date: the multi-story structure of a distressed domestic building provides an otherworldly setting for mixed media representations of landscapes of Earth’s extremities.
Floor to ceiling windows looking across the Regency architecture of Brunswick Square provide a continuum, with the work inside blending into the horizon of the sea.
Several of the works on show are informed by Neudecker’s 2012 trip to