Dannielle Tegeder: Painting in the Extended Field

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Dannielle Tegeder: Painting in the Extended Field

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This monograph was published on the occasion of the artist’s first solo museum exhibition, Dannielle Tegeder: Painting in the Extended Field curated by Tracy L. Adler, Director of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College [May 11–July 28, 2013]. The publication offers a comprehensive survey of the artist’s oeuvre, while focusing on new and recent work in a variety of media. Essays by Tracy L. Adler, art critic and poet Barry Schwabsky, and Claire Gilman, Curator of The Drawing Center in New York City, as well as an interview with the artist by Xandra Eden, Curator of Exhibitions at the Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, offer new insights into Tegeder’s work. 

 

More about Dannielle:

Dannielle Tegeder is a New York-based painter whose practice extends beyond the two-dimensional picture plane, and is as much influenced by present-day sociopolitical themes and cultural phenomena as by the history of abstraction. Raised in a family of steamfitters, Tegeder incorporates the language of architecture and industrial infrastructures into her compositions’ variegated and dynamic abstract forms. With interests spanning architecture, urban planning, geography, and statistical data, her work reflects upon the inherent beauty and interconnectivity between various social, mechanical,
and informational systems.

Throughout her career, Tegeder has produced an impressive body of work, and while painting and drawing are her primary mediums, she moves fluidly between sculpture, sound, animation, installation, poetry, and photography to fully realize her conceptual vision. Stylistically evocative of the Russian Constructivist and Suprematist art movements from the early twentieth century, the artist’s contemporary approach to abstraction employs new technology and multidisciplinary processes. This ongoing exploration into innovative modes of expression has kept Tegeder’s work vital and relevant for almost two decades.

 

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