All of this deep sea work has been developed with Oxford University Marine Biologist, Dr. Alex Rogers. Neudecker was given over 16TB’s of film on a hard-drive, which took weeks to sift through to select the visual clips, each of which reveal human residue on the seabed some 3000 meters below.
Neudecker has overlaid this with a new sound layer including heartbeats, cars outside (heard from inside) and a clocks ticking, sounds she was hearing while editing hours of material, once again a reminder of the human realm above.
Installation: Heterotopias and Other Domestic Landscapes, HOUSE and Brighton Festival, HOUSE @ The Regency Town House, Hove, Brighton, UK
Photo Credits: Nigel Green
and: Mariele Neudecker’s exhibition ‘For Now We See‘ at the British Science Festival at Church of St Thomas the Martyr.