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Amanda Ziemele


Work in process


Fragment of process, Acrylic and Ink on paper, canvas, 2017


Fragment of process, 2017


Fragment of process, 2017

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Photo from al archive material


Sansivieria in the corner Gesso, acrylic and ink on paper, canvas; 20x30x60 cm + 20x50 cm; 2017


Something clicked between the two of them, Clay, oil and pigments on canvas, 25x30 cm+20x30 cm, 2016/2017


Fragment of process, Acrylic, oil, Ink on paper and canvas, other material Sizes variable, 2017

Found photo from personal archive material


July 15th-23th 2017 Participation at the Group exhibition Fitnessstudio with Klasse C.Sery at The Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, Room 137 Amanda Ziemele Insatiable desire, sizes and locations variable, clay and salt block, graphite on salt, 2017


Exhibition view., Fragments. Insatiable desire, sizes and locations variable, clay objects and salt blocks, graphite on salt, Group exhibition Fitnessstudio at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, Room 137


April 18th-29th 2017 Participation at the and Group exhibition project and workshop in the Exhibition hall Kunsthalle Bahnitz (Brandenburg, Germany), curator Bodo Rau Amanda Ziemele Time tooth, Cow tongues and Milky way sizes and locations variable, the Swings made in a cooperiation with artist Charlotte Aurich, other materials: paper, varnish, charcoal, textil material, aluminium, stairs


Exhibition view, fragment 2017


Exhibition view, Fragment, Time tooth, Cow tongues and Milkyway sizes and locations variable, 2017


Gallery 427, Stabu 70, LV-1009, Rīga, Latvia Solo exhibition THE CROCODILE DILEMMA Amanda Ziemele 10.03. - 8.04.2016 What is a crocodile thinking about? Is consciousness as a part of nature rather similar to photosynthesis, digestion or dancing? “A crocodile has stolen a child. He then tells the child’s mother, “I will return the child if you guess correctly whether or not I will do so.” The mother replies, “You will not return my child! Therefore return it because I told the truth.” Crocodile replies, “On opposite - if I return the child, you didn’t tell the truth.”“ Photos: Līga Spunde

Exhibition View, Gallery 427, 2016


Brackets In Question, 2016, Oil, Bitumen, charcoal on canvas, 210x320 cm


Detail, 2016


Exhibition View, 2016


Corner Painting, 2016, Oil on canvas, 280x160 cm


Sketches

Not Titled, 2015/2016, Gouache on paper, 56x42 cm


Not Titled, 2016, 56x42 cm


Exhibition view, Installation, 2016, Chocolate Fountain, Marschmallows, wooden sticks, palm tree from childhood, *, ** Variable Sizes


Orpheus and the Crocodile, Exhibition view, * The paper copy of the song from the 30th by Marģeris Zariņš


** Self-Made Perceiver, Exhibition view, 2016, Paper, glue, charcoal, acrylic


Satellites between both exhibitions

Relations Between a Thought and a Satellite, 2015/2016, Acrylic on canvas, 40x30 cm


Relations Between a Thought and a Satellite, 2015/2016, Acrylic on canvas, 48x34 cm


01.04.-29.05.2016 The Group exhibition Tension. The Young in Latvian Painting III The ARSENÄ€LS Exhibition Hall of the Latvian National Museum of Art, RÄŤga Amanda Ziemele Expanden Inconsistency and Two Satellites I search for relations among perception, objects and subjects, phenomena, paradoxes and processes. Expanden Inconsistency and Two Satellites is questioning painting in the context of architecture. It reflects on the unclarities during the thinking process. The Two Satelites encapsulate the presence of the corresponding Ideas.

Exhibition View, Expanden Inconsistency and Two Satellites, 2016, about 8mx8m, Oil, bitumen on canvas


Exhibition view, 2016, Installation view together 8mx8m


Satellite, 2016, Oil on canvas, 105x140 cm


Satellite, 2016, Oil on canvas, 110x195 cm


Expanden Inconsistency, 2016, Oil and Bitumen on canvas, 320x285 cm


06.06. - 12.06.2015 Amanda Ziemele Bachelor work: Mind Work , lett: Prāta darbs Supervisor: Professor Kristaps Zariņš Text:11 pages, Painting Keywords: Mind – Body problem in question, Moon globe, one side of the Moon, the other side of the Moon, Mappa Mundi Bachelor work Mind Work juxtaposes several particular Phenomena. The First is the historical development of the idea about the other side of the Moon that stayed unreached until the middle of the 20th Century. The Second part are the Moon models or the Moon historical Globes. The third part are ideas about the connectivity between consciousness and human brain, offered by american philosopher John Searle (1932.-). These three ideas build figurative relationship between each other, which is reflected visually in the painting.

Bachelor work: Mind Work, 2015, Oil, bitumen, blackboard paint on canvas, Exhibition view, Tabacco Factory, Riga, 340x280 cm


Bachelor work: Mind Work, 2015, Oil, bitumen, blackboard paint on canvas, Exhibition view, Tabacco Factory, Riga, 340x280 cm


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John Russell’s (1745-1806) made Moon globe. A visible surface of the Moon and the other side of the Moon. In my research it is seen as an essence and important tool for understanding the complex nature of questioning the Mind-Body problem (relations)

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Some of the Mind Work’s Satellites

Not yet Titled, 2015, Goauche on paper, 50x70 cm

Not yet Titled,2015 Goauche on paper, 55x70 cm


Not yet Titled, 2015, Gouache on paper, 42x56 cm


Not yet Titled, 2015, Gouache on paper, 146x61 cm


Not yet Titled, 2015, Gouache on paper 168x43 cm


Not yet Titled, 2015, Gouache on paper, 146x61 cm


Not yet Titled, Bitumen and Gouache on canvas, 70x100 cm


Relations between the Brain and the Sea, 2015, Acrylic on canvas, 35x50 cm


Synapsen dance, 2015, Acrylic on canvas, 65x90 cm


Relations Between Perception and Books, 2014, oil on canvas, 130x180 cm


Relations Between Wisdom and Wisdom Teeth, 2014, Oil on canvas, 140x175 cm


Not yet Titled, 2014, Oil on canvas, 110x155 cm


Publication

Gallery Four To Seven opened the monograph of M.S., a previously unknown artist whose works have been finally compiled together. Publisher: Four To Seven, Riga, Latvia 2015


M.S. 20.05 - 12.06.2015

Exhibition View, 2015, Photo: Kristiāna Marija Sproģe


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The monograph has been made thanks to the people who hold works of M.S. in their personal archives – Jocelyn Villemont, Ēriks Apaļais, Nicholas Riis, the Ocean Academy of Arts, Brud (Aditya Mandayam & Ada Pola), Carl Palm, Amanda Ziemele, Inga Meldere, Evita Vasiļjeva, Sebastian Rozenberg, Neil Haas, Mikko Kuorinki, Daria Melnikova, Jade Fourès-Varnier & Vincent de Hoÿm, Edgars Gluhovs, Marius Lut, Maija Kurševa, Robin von Einsiedel, Zoë Paul and Zīle Ziemele. Essays by Jānis Taurens, Vasīlijs Voronovs, Virginija Januškevičiūtė and Valentinas Klimašauskas.


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