Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York. Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space.
‘Landed’ is the recreation of a 1920’s suburban Australian home positioned on the forecourt of the Art Gallery of South Australia. The house, all black, appears to have fallen from the sky and embedded itself in the forecourt of the gallery.
The sculpture was designed, in part, to contrast the neo-classical architecture of the museum, but the work is also a direct and playful reference to the Wizard of OZ and the sudden appearance of western culture in Australia.
oil & enamel on canvas , 40 X 50cms..1990-2006
“I did this painting of a girl in 1990, when I was 18, and then last year I added those enamel splashes on it and I showed it as a part of Cita.
really love that small work.”
Well this was a fun way to get back in the scheming game.
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