Marianne will work with an interdisciplinary team to develop her research project “A Study of Beaverness: How (not) to be a World Destroyer.”
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Marianne presents fragments of her project “Ghostly Ecologies,” an experimental compound of essays, poetry and postnatural fables.
“Hazard Pay” is on view at UnSmoke Art Systems in Braddock, PA, September 4-26.
The Seebacher fellowship recipients study with well-known and highly-respected artists, curators and art critics from around the world
The video is a speculative and critical analysis of the insidious constructs of anthropomorphization and the spectacularization of Nature.
The result of her research will be published in the issue three of the printed publication This is Jackalope.
This exhibition features the work of four artists, working across video, performance, painting, drawing, and installation.
Marianne Hoffmeister MFA ’22 was invited to participate in the group exhibition “Las Venas de América” (The Veins of America), organized by the Chilean editorial project TransAmérica. The exhibition will host artists from diverse countries in the American continent such as Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, México, Perú, and United States, to exhibit their work and research… Read more »
Marianne Hoffmeister Castro’s work focuses on the role of language and fiction in the representation of nature and nonhuman beings. Mostly working with video installations, drawing, and text-based processes, she creates scenarios where estrangement and entanglement between human and nonhuman beings become evident.