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Veronika Simmering 'Noodle Soup' (2022)


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Artist: Veronika Simmering

Title: Noodle Soup

Size: 70cm x 70cm / 27.6in x 27.6in

Year: 2022

Material: 3D rendering + animation loop (7 sec, sound) acrylic glass printing 70 x 70 cm

Edition: 1/10

Note: Comes with Copy Of Authenticity

©Veronika Simmering. All Rights Reserved.

Signed / Dated: Back

Delivery: All framed items being delivered, will have shipping invoiced separately. 

About the artist: The works explore the shapes, materials, and properties of bodies digitally. When does the computer-generated image feel soft, warm, or vulnerable? In infinite loops, the image tries to reach corporeality over and over again. At the same time, the stylized objects have a plastic-like, glossy look and create a tension between artificiality and physicality. This artificial world is the framework and starting point in which the question of bodily experience is to be explored. In my artistic practi- ce, I examine the perception of digital experience and explore its limits. It's about the longing for closeness, intimacy, and feeling in an increasingly digitized world. As a result, the works also relate to our current situation, in which we experience

a massive change in our relationship with our own and the other body. Touch and closeness have become rarer, and our interactions are increasingly occurring virtu- ally. At the same time, the works can be seen as a futuristic scenario in which our fleshly bodies have become obsolete, and their absence is mourned.

Notable:

  • Solo, Wewerka Pavillon, Münster
  • Auction, Weserhalle, Berlin
  • Arc Gallery, Tresor West, Dortmund

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Veronika Simmering

The works explore the shapes, materials, and properties of bodies digitally. When does the computer-generated image feel soft, warm, or vulnerable? In infinite loops, the image tries to reach corporeality over and over again. At the same time, the stylized objects have a plastic-like, glossy look and create a tension between artificiality and physicality. This artificial world is the framework and starting point in which the question of bodily experience is to be explored. In my artistic practice, I examine the perception of digital experience and explore its limits. It's about the longing for closeness, intimacy, and feeling in an increasingly digitized world. As a result, the works also relate to our current situation, in which we experience

a massive change in our relationship with our own and the other body. Touch and closeness have become rarer, and our interactions are increasingly occurring virtually. At the same time, the works can be seen as a futuristic scenario in which our fleshly bodies have become obsolete, and their absence is mourned.

Notable:

  • Solo, Wewerka Pavillon, Münster
  • Auction, Weserhalle, Berlin
  • Arc Gallery, Tresor West, Dortmund