A series of prints inspired by archaic monuments, space and light.
Nicolas Feldmeyer (2018) Estate
A series of prints exploring a sense of longing and wonder through reconstructed small urban moments. Using 3D software to recreate detailed fragments of urban landscapes, this series echoes both landscape photography and miniature painting. The artist, Nicolas Feldmeyer, is primarily concerned with space and light, explored in a range of different media, from large installations to videos, from drawings to digital renderings. Between the exactly measurable and the atmospherically inaccessible, Feldmeyer articulates a silent search for what lies before or beyond words.
Nicolas Feldmeyer (b. 1980, Lausanne, CH) is a London-based artist; he holds an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art (2012). Selected solo exhibitions include Beacon, site-specific installation, Hammersmith & Fulham Town Hall, London, UK (2018); Towards the Horizon, site-specific installation, Fanø, DK (2016); Subliminal Spaces, Maddox Arts, London, UK (2015). Selected group exhibitions include Five Trillion Times, China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, CN (2018), No Lemon, No Melon, Flowers Gallery, New York, USA (2017); Unseen Amsterdam, with mc2 gallery, NL (2016); and Back to the things themselves, Assembly Point, London, UK (2015). Feldmeyer was long listed for the Aesthetic Art Prize (2018); won first prize in public art commission, Rosengarten, Zurich (2016); was awarded the Saatchi Gallery and Channel 4’s New Sensations (2012); and was awarded a Fulbright Grant, USA (2006). He is a lecturer on BA Fine Art Drawing at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.