Mariele Neudecker was born in Germany, where she studied as well as in Cork,Ireland and the London, UK. She is now based in Bristol.
In her work Neudecker is exploring the interphases and overlaps of the two and three-dimensional, as well as analogue and digital. She uses a wide range of media including sculpture, film, photography as well as sound, with the quest to find a ‘Contemporary Sublime’ and has a particular interest in Art, Science and the Environment. Her practice often takes her [and us] to the thresholds of human experience,
she tests our perception of natural and scientific worlds. Neudecker uses technology’s virtual capabilities in order to reproduce a heightened experience of landscape. For her, technology both enables and limits our perception and experience of the worlds we inhabit.
Neudecker is Professor of Fine Art at Bath School of Art, Film and Media; where she runs the research cluster “Material : Art : Science : Environment : Research” (M|A|S|E|R), which is a forum that addresses questions around overlapping developments in the Arts, Sciences and the Environment. She is a Guest Artist on the Arts at CERN Program, and exhibits her work widely around Europe as well as the rest of the world.
She works with Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Cologne, InCamera Galerie, Paris and Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon.