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Art NOW Series presents alumna Nicole Riedmueller
Detours: Locating an Unpredictable Finish Line
12 pm | February 12, 2021
uLethbridge Online Presentation
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In her Art NOW talk Nicole Riedmueller reflects on the final months of her graduate experience during the initial Covid-19 lockdown and offers a recap of her MFA Thesis Exhibition, “Material Instincts: Ruminations on Motherhood and Craft”.
Nicole Riedmueller is a visual artist living in Lethbridge, Alberta. She attended Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design and later, graduated from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design with an Interdisciplinary BFA. In 2017, she earned a Bachelor of Education with a major in Fine Art from the University of Lethbridge.
Most recently, in 2020, she completed her Master of Fine Arts (Art) in the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Lethbridge. Her thesis work and research investigates feminist and conceptual approaches using craft materials. In this body of work, she merges ceramic slip casting, textile, photography and video processes to ponder her experiences as an artist+mother.
Image credit: Nicole Riedmueller.
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