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Interview, Statement, Artwork by Tamiko Thiel

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Shades of Absence: Public Voids, 2011, Tamiko Thiel, Augmented Reality, image. © Tamiko Thiel. Silhouettes of anonymized artists stand in a pavilion of terms of censorship, representing artists whose works in public space have been censored – some of them at the Venice Biennale itself. In Piazza San Marco for the Venice Biennale 2011 intervention.

Shades of Absence: Public Voids, 2011, Tamiko Thiel, Augmented Reality, image. © Tamiko Thiel. Silhouettes of anonymized artists stand in a pavilion of terms of censorship, representing artists whose works in public space have been censored – some of them at the Venice Biennale itself. In Piazza San Marco for the Venice Biennale 2011 intervention.

LEA Volume 19 Issue 2
Volume Editors: Lanfranco Aceti and Richard Rinehart
Editors: Ozden Sahin, Jonathan Munro and Catherine M. Weir

ISBN: 978-1-906897-23-9
ISSN: 1071-4391

Interview, Statement, Artwork
by Tamiko Thiel

My works reflect on the multiple layers of memory, history, myth, fantasy and desire that can be evoked by a compelling object or specific site.

These concerns bridge my entire art practice, from my early work with objects and video, my large-projection interactive 3D virtual installations and my current work in augmented reality.

Full article is available for download as a pdf here.

Volume 19 Issue 2 of Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is published online as a free PDF but will also be rolled out as Amazon Print on Demand and will be available on iTunes, iPad, Kindle and other e-publishing outlets.

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