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Marie Anine Møller (b. 1980) is a Danish visual artist, based in New York. She has a BA (Hons.) in Fine Art Photography from the Glasgow School of Art followed by an MFA in Sculpture from Pratt Institute, New York. Her work integrates sculpture, photography, installation and text, and explores contradictions in materials and social policy issues by questioning fixed states and definitions of value. Møller has previously exhibited at Beverlys (US), Steuben Gallery (US), Compass Gallery (UK) as well as CGK Gallery, Fotografisk Center and Arden Asbæk Gallery in Copenhagen. Her last show was at UTITLED Art Fair, Miami, 2022, showing work with Beverly's, New York.
Her works have been sold to amongst others Hannah Root, Associate director of Pace Gallery, New York, Sarah Hahn, Director of Harpers Books Gallery, New York, Nicolas Veidig Favarel, Director of Double V Gallery, Marseille and Martin Asbæk, Director of Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen
Through glass, ceramic, wax, ice and rubber she investigates the function and value of objects in general - interested in their individual value and how we attribute a narrative to them she discusses topics of the environment and socio-politics while exploring contradictions in materials by questioning fixed states and society's definitions of value. Her work dissects the complexity both individual, cultural and commercial. Questioning who dictates this value?
"I cast representations and devise new versions of objects to create variations of modern society and to reflect on what has value in this society? I shed light on everyday objects. I lift them up. I take them apart and put them back together in a new way, to change something, while encapsulating, preserving and reusing something. I'm unifying the man-made and nature. It's both bizarre and recognizable, beautiful and terrifying. My work is inspired by the Still Life genre, in French, Nature Morte - here, life becomes static rather than vibrant, and nature dead rather than blossoming."
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