Europe (Albert Memorial) by Liane Lang
Liane Lang merges sculpture and photography to provocatively re-present the Albert Memorial, and the imperial, self-aggrandising tendencies it embodies.
Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.
|Dimensions||32 x 42cm|
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Liane Lang merges sculpture and photography to provocatively pastiche the Albert Memorial, and the imperial, self-aggrandising tendencies it embodies.
Lang’s gentle visual jokes make the original work more relevant to the 21st century. Besieged by rising seas, Germany holds a bucket, and Europe a bag of money – to mockingly evoke both flooding and catastrophic debt.
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Lang’s works often examine and question the credibility of museum artefacts and the narratives they attempt to tell, particularly figurative sculptures and political monuments. In Europe (Albert Memorial), she continues her interrogation through visual puns, making the original work more relevant to the twenty-first century. Besieged by rising seas, Germany holds a bucket, and Europe a bag of money – mockingly to evoke both flooding and catastrophic debt.
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