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Generations (Part 2)
Generations (Part 2)
Generations (Part 2)

© the artist, courtesy of Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf. Photo credit: Nick Turpin, courtesy of Sculpture in the City

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Wieser's site specific wall work for The Leadenhall Building weaves various narratives—fictive, biographical, historical—into a backdrop that functions like a stage, encouraging the viewer to consider his or her place in time at the centre of a great human drama that unfolds recurrently and relentlessly. Situated in the City of London, whose history goes back to the Roman Empire, the arc is spanned from the ancient past to the present day. Collaged together from her vast archive, the combination of textures, architecture elements, representatives of the past and the present, the layer of real people passing by automatically becomes part of the image cycle.

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Generations (Part 2)





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on loan to Sculpture in the City, 2022–2023

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