What Once Was Imagined

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Susie Freeman & Liz Lee: What Once Was Imagined

This summer I visited São Paulo to install a new work at Oscar Niemeyer’s OCA pavilion in Ibirapuera Park. The exhibition INVENTO is best described as a science museum designed by artists. Created by matching significant scientific advances from the past 150 years with artists whose work acts as a response to each invention, I used thousands of medicines in packets to make a giant Amazon mantilla which illustrates the development of pharmaceuticals from plants to pills.

The exhibition runs until October 4th after which we hope to mount What Once Was Imagined in a venue closer to home.

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OCA, Ibirapuera Park, São Paulo

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Christian Boltanski

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Andy Warhol

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Julius Von Bismarck & Julian Charriere: Clockwork

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Janet Cardiff & George Burres Miller: Experiment in F Minor

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Guto Lacaz: Fishing Radios

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Nelson Leirner: Refridgerator

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Damian Ortega: Materialist

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Susie Freeman & Liz Lee: What Once Was Imagined (detail)

What Once Was Imagined / Invento

Bus stop band, Ibirapuera Park

Susie Freeman / The Rowley Gallery

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One Response to What Once Was Imagined

  1. Kevin Murphy says:

    A stunning piece of work, such imagination and technique. Thanks Susie x

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