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Liz Nielsen

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The Return of the Hand: (Re)materializing the Everyday Object  
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Katie Bell, Maria Chavez, Michelle Forsyth, Carl E. Hazlewood, LoVid, Marisa Manso, Lael Marshall, Christian Maychack, Leeza Meksin, Liz Nielsen, Courtney Puckett, Mary Schwab, Lizzie Scott at BRIC Arts | Media House September 10th, 2015 - October 25th, 2015
Posted 7/17/16
Art and object are at a crossroads, the latter pressing upon the former in unapologetic terms. With these blurry borders, the object—once just a thing in the world, a commodity, really—is now widely considered art object par excellence, meaningful in its quotidian thingness, its ontological being now revelatory. That we’ve arrived at a juncture where the object now speaks is interesting to think through in terms of the potential epistemological offshoots. For instance, what kno... [more]
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Watchlist Artist: Liz Nielsen  
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Liz Nielsen at Benrimon Contemporary 3/13/13
Benrimon Contemporary is pleased to announce 'Tiger Teeth: Red Light' , Liz Nielsen’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition features an entirely new body of unique photographic work referred to as “compositions.” Tiger Teeth: Red Light will be on view at the gallery from March 9 through April 20, 2013 with the opening reception from 6 to 8 pm on Saturday, March 9. For Nielsen, photography is sculpture, painting, drawing, math and science. It is the voice she uses to invent an... [more]
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Meet Liz Nielsen   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Posted 8/13/12
The walls in Liz Nielsen’s Bushwick studio are adorned floor to ceiling with prints, demonstrating the scope and evolution of her work. With influences ranging from Walead Beshty to Ellsworth Kelly, Nielsen’s work touches upon a wide array of interests; color field painting, collage, ancient light from outer space, the mechanics of the human eye, and the found urban landscape are just some of the preoccupations informing her practice. Nielsen admits she spends significant time putting up and taking do... [more]