Out of Mariele Neudecker‘s impressive body of work, her piece “Over and Over, Again and Again” hit me the most. This particular work is made from salt, water, and fiberglass and functions as a window into a small landscape. All three tanks line up to create an additive image. Besides being an optical masterpiece, this work is small but expansive simultaneously. I find it tough not to appreciate this level of technical mastery. Wouldn’t it be interesting to create a mini Windsor-in-a-cube?
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