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    Daniel Lie, Quing, 2019, installation, pink oyster mushroom (Pleurotus salmoneo-stramineus), winter oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus), unnamed entities, turmeric and linseed gel paint, ceramic jars with rice, water and sugar, natural fibre rope, plastic sack, cotton fabri, bio digestion heater, copper pipe, mechanical pipe system, water, dimensions variable. Installation view, The Negative Years at Jupiter Artland, Scotland, U.K.


Daniel Lie 2020/21

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About Daniel

In Daniel Lie's artistic practice, time is the central factor: personal memories and family stories, cultural objects and products of nature that last long periods of time in the world and carry memories within them form the core of the artistic exploration. In relation to the duration of a lifetime, Daniel Lie's work is inspired by development processes and the transitions from one state to another.

In installations, sculptures and by linking different media, the reference objects refer to their performative properties - time, transience and presence. To address these three aspects, Lie creates installations in which organic elements, such as ageing matter, growing plants or mushrooms, become the main characters and perform their own temporality. In doing so, Lie deals with the tensions between binary thought structures such as science and religion, origin and present, rot and freshness, life and death, and attempts to break them up.

Daniel Lie is a gender-neutral Indonesian-Brazilian artist. Lie was born in Sao Paulo and currently lives in Berlin.

Exhibition at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. Further information will follow soon.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue (english).