Check out this video Interview with artist Heidi Schwegler on YouTube

Check out this video on YouTube:

Mark Moore Fine Art is proud to present the first ARTSY online exclusive exhibition of recent work by artist HEIDI SCHWEGLER. 

In this exhibition of recent work, we examine the artist’s examination of the lives of objects and the transference of memory.

VIEW THIS SHOW NOW AT: https://bit.ly/2IJnHfX

Heidi Schwegler works in the interstitial ruins of Beijing, Los Angeles, New York City and suburban America. She rescues haphazardly disused scraps from the bowels of the megalopolis: chicken bones, Big Gulps, broken signs, lost shoes, crumpled pylons, take out containers. Plastic, fiber, and bone: these materials decay but never decompose. A peerless craftsperson, she resynthesizes her sources into facsimiles with cast glass, gold, silver, wax, resulting in artwork that persists in a “living death.” Recent exhibition venues include WBG London Projects (London), Asphodel (New York), Sheldon Museum (Lincoln, NE), and the Portland Art Museum (Portland, Oregon). Schwegler is a Ford Family Fellow, a MacDowell Colony Fellow, and a Yaddo Artist-in- Resident. Reviews of Schwegler’s work have appeared in Art in AmericaDaily ServingArtNewsModern Painters, and the Huffington Post. Schwegler is the founder of the Yucca Valley Material Lab, a platform for making and thinking.

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