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  Zieme   t Zieme  y 2014                                                                                                      m bronze, hardstone plinth                                                                     d 400 x 90 x 260 cm  Zieme was first installed in front of the Maltese parliament in Valletta for VIVA, Valletta International Arts Festival 2014. In 2016, Zieme headlined the exhibition, The Last Oland Horse, at the Kalmar Konstmuseum, Sweden.  Zieme (żiemel meaning ‘horse’ in Maltese), as temporarily installed but permanent in nature, is a work that explores political imagery and notions of transience. The sculpture’s ‘lack’of a fourth leg coupled with its obvious homage to the long European tradition of the equestrian statue as perhaps the most ubiquitous symbol of ruling power and authority, makes it a symbol of the fallibility of power and the exclusions that such power imposes.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd8zH4bFj08
       
     
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  Zieme   t Zieme  y 2014                                                                                                      m bronze, hardstone plinth                                                                     d 400 x 90 x 260 cm  Zieme was first installed in front of the Maltese parliament in Valletta for VIVA, Valletta International Arts Festival 2014. In 2016, Zieme headlined the exhibition, The Last Oland Horse, at the Kalmar Konstmuseum, Sweden.  Zieme (żiemel meaning ‘horse’ in Maltese), as temporarily installed but permanent in nature, is a work that explores political imagery and notions of transience. The sculpture’s ‘lack’of a fourth leg coupled with its obvious homage to the long European tradition of the equestrian statue as perhaps the most ubiquitous symbol of ruling power and authority, makes it a symbol of the fallibility of power and the exclusions that such power imposes.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd8zH4bFj08
       
     

Zieme

t Zieme

y 2014                                                                                                    

m bronze, hardstone plinth                                                                   

d 400 x 90 x 260 cm

Zieme was first installed in front of the Maltese parliament in Valletta for VIVA, Valletta International Arts Festival 2014. In 2016, Zieme headlined the exhibition, The Last Oland Horse, at the Kalmar Konstmuseum, Sweden.

Zieme (żiemel meaning ‘horse’ in Maltese), as temporarily installed but permanent in nature, is a work that explores political imagery and notions of transience. The sculpture’s ‘lack’of a fourth leg coupled with its obvious homage to the long European tradition of the equestrian statue as perhaps the most ubiquitous symbol of ruling power and authority, makes it a symbol of the fallibility of power and the exclusions that such power imposes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd8zH4bFj08

ziemevalletta.jpg
       
     
18361328_10158698328415711_1276328639_n.jpg
       
     
IMG_8745.jpg
       
     
untitled_94B8586-56.jpg
       
     
f483062288.jpg
       
     
 installation view, Kalmar Konstmuseum, Sweden
       
     

installation view, Kalmar Konstmuseum, Sweden

ziemekalmar.jpg
       
     
IMG_2331.JPG
       
     
IMG_2098.JPG