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    Daniel Lie, Quing, 2019, Installation, Rosa Austernpilz (Pleurotus salmoneo-stramineus), Winterausternpilz (Pleurotus ostreatus), unbenannte Gebilde, Gelbwurzel- und Leinsamengelfarbe, Keramikgefäße mit Reis, Wasser und Zucker, Naturfaserseil, Plastiksack, Baumwollfabri, Bioverdauungsheizer, Kupferrohr, mechanisches Rohrsystem, Wasser, Abmessungen variabel. Installationsansicht, The Negative Years at Jupiter Artland, Schottland, U.K.


Daniel Lie 2020/21

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Über Daniel

In Daniel Lie’s work time is the central pillar of reflection. From the oldest and most affective memory – involving family and personal stories – to memories objects transport enduring the world over longest time scales; the work is inspired by the period of a lifetime and the duration and states of the elements.

Through installations, sculptures, and the hybridization of art languages, the objects refer to concepts stemming from the art of performance itself – an art which is based on time, ephemerality, and presence. To highlight these three instances, Lie produces installations that have the presence of other-than-humans elements such as decaying matter, growing plants, fungi revealing the time they contain as it relates with the human body.

The research faces tensions between science and religion, ancestry and present, rottenness and freshness, life and death and attempts to break binary thought. Daniel Lie is a gender non-conforming Indonesian-Brazilian artist, born in Sao Paulo and is currently based in Berlin.

Ausstellung im Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. Weitere Informationen folgen.

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