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Marie-Therese Heublein
b. 1997 in Germany

@marie.t.h

2021 – 2022

MA Painting, Distinction
University of the Arts London,

Camberwell, United Kingdom

 

2016 – 2021
BA Communication Design, 1.3

University of Applied Sciences Munich, Germany

2012 - 2021

Studies at the atelier of
Mihail Tchernaev

Munich, Germany

Marie-Therese Heublein is a London-based artist and designer. She works within and intersects the processes of oil painting, 3D animation and augmented reality.

Born in 1997 in Erlangen, Germany, Marie-Therese obtained her BA in Communication Design at Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften München in 2021 while also being introduced to a multitude of art forms at the atelier of costume and stage designer Mihail Tchernaev from 2012 – 2021. She then moved to London to earn her MA in Fine Art Painting with Distinction at the University of the Arts London, Camberwell in 2022. During her studies she was awarded with the Research Prize by the College to highlight her intensive and informed writing on the themes that shape her artistic practice.

In her paintings she uses the canvas as a plane for experimentation and world building. Her multi-layered process combines physical sketches with digital image processing software, 3D renderings and the use of collage to create spaces in which the body oscillates between its physical presence and its new mutability, which is made possible by our constant connection to the expanded possibilities of the digital space.

Her work uses the recurring element of the fractured body that develops into a new shape and becomes part of an unexplored landscape. Graphic shapes indicate a vague sense of perspective and the use of white space opens up the plane to the viewer. In selected works the artist expands the viewing experience by adding a virtual environment to the painting which the viewer can access through an Augmented Reality extension.

Marie-Therese has participated in several group exhibitions across London, including a group show at the Copeland Gallery and a contribution to the Research Festival at Peckham Levels in 2022. She recently exhibited a triptique at the Mall Galleries in the group exhibition „Through the Looking Glass“, where she was awarded with the Audience Choice Award.

portrait of the artist Marie-Therese Heublein

About

portrait of the artist Marie-Therese Heublein

2021 – 2022

MA Painting, Distinction
University of the Arts London,Camberwell, United Kingdom

 

2016 – 2021
BA Communication Design, 1.3

University of Applied Sciences Munich, Germany

2012 - 2021

Studies at the atelier of
Mihail Tchernaev
 
Munich,Germany

Marie-Therese Heublein is a London-based artist and designer. She works within and intersects the processes of oil painting, 3D animation and augmented reality. Born in 1997 in Erlangen, Germany, Marie-Therese obtained her BA in Communication Design at Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften München in 2021 while also being introduced to a multitude of art forms at the atelier of costume and stage designer Mihail Tchernaev from 2012 – 2021. She then moved to London to earn her MA in Fine Art Painting with Distinction at the University of the Arts London, Camberwell in 2022. During her studies she was awarded with the Research Prize by the College to highlight her intensive and informed writing on the themes that shape her artistic practice. In her paintings she uses the canvas as a plane for experimentation and world building. Her multi-layered process combines physical sketches with digital image processing software, 3D renderings and the use of collage to create spaces in which the body oscillates between its physical presence and its new mutability, which is made possible by our constant connection to the expanded possibilities of the digital space. Her work uses the recurring element of the fractured body that develops into a new shape and becomes part of an unexplored landscape. Graphic shapes indicate a vague sense of perspective and the use of white space opens up the plane to the viewer. In selected works the artist expands the viewing experience by adding a virtual environment to the painting which the viewer can access through an Augmented Reality extension. Marie-Therese has participated in several group exhibitions across London, including a group show at the Copeland Gallery and a contribution to the Research Festival at Peckham Levels in 2022. She recently exhibited a triptique at the Mall Galleries in the group exhibition „Through the Looking Glass“, where she was awarded with the Audience Choice Award.

Artist Biography
Marie-Therese Heublein

b.1997, Germany

@marie.t.h

2022

MA Painting, Distinction
University of the Arts London
,
Camberwell, London, United Kingdom

 

2021
BA Communication Design, 1.3
University of Applied Sciences Munich, Germany

2012 - 2021

Studies at the atelier
of Mihail Tchernaev 

Munich,Germany

Artist Biography
Marie-Therese Heublein

b.1997, Germany

@marie.t.h

view full CV here

艺术家传记
Marie-Therese Heublein
1997年出生于德国

@marie.t.h

艺术家声明
不断变化的身体

"在我的实践中,我探索了我们与数字技术的持续联系如何影响我们对当代人体的理解,以及我们在哪里定义其新的极限。

我的作品的核心是身体和形状之间错综复杂的相互作用。通过改变我们存在的数字和物理模式,身体变得无限,成为实验的材料。在这种双重状态中,没有自然界限,也没有自然动力,只有对中间状态的持续认识。

当身体变成一个可塑的物体时,我的画作提供了内部和表面之下的观察。它被还原为纯粹的表面材料,而其内容物则被搁置。我探索形状与空间、个性与简化、不完整与开放的同时性,同时将身体置于广阔的非空间中。所有的构图元素都来自或引导回记录的身体,因为它们呈现出其颜色或充当其物理运动的痕迹。
受巴洛克风格的螺旋式悲情描绘以及​​沉浸式和变革性虚拟环境的影响,我尝试不同程度的复杂性和简化,以反思这个多层面时代存在的不同程度。观众面对的是一个支离破碎但柔软的表面,这是一种新的、奇怪的错位的身体体验。

在我的创作过程中,我将数字和模拟技术、可应用于 AR 的数字 3D 建模和传统的画布油画联系起来。破碎的身体、扁平的空间、梯度和形状的柔软度是我作品中反复出现的元素,表明溶解和生长。当我们变得多元化并重新定义我们与有机自然的关系时,我们自己的身份就会溶解和重建。"

graphic shape

Solo Exhibitions
 

2024

Transform: Marie-Therese Heublein, Swanfall Gallery, 1 A Old Bond Street, London

Selected Group Exhibitions

2024

Perceive, LumiNoir Art, Espacio Gallery, London

2023

Through the Looking Glass, The Mall Galleries, London

4 IN 1, Cornerstone Studios, London

A colourful soup, The Social, London

2022
Research Festival 1.0, Peckham Levels, London

Church/Factory, Copeland Gallery, London

Unveil, Swanfall Art, Shoreditch High Street, London

Summer Exhibition 2022, Spiral Galleries, London

Jahresausstellung, HM, Munich

Brick Walls and Glass Ceilings, Wilson Road, London

This Art Exhibition, Espacio Gallery, London

Dialogues, Camberwell Space, London

Artist Statement
the body in flux

In my practice I explore how our constant connection to digital technology affects our understanding of the contemporary human body and where we are defining its new limits.

Central to my work is an intricate interplay of body and shape. By morphing our digital and physical modes of existing the body becomes limitless and material of experimentation. In this dual state there are no natural boundaries and no natural dynamics, only the constant awareness of an in-between.

My paintings offer a look inside and beneath the surface as the body becomes a malleable mass. It is being reduced to a pure surface material, while its content is being set aside. I explore the simultaneity of shape and space, individuality and reduction, incompleteness and openness, while placing the body against a vast non-space. All compositional elements come from or lead back to the recorded body as they take on its colours or act as traces of its physical movement.
Influenced by the spiralling portrayal of pathos in the Baroque and the encounter of immersive and transformative virtual environments, I play with different levels of complexity and reduction to reflect on the different levels of being present in this multifaceted time. The viewer is being confronted with a fragmented but soft surface of a new and strangely misplaced bodily experience.

In my creative process I link digital and analogue techniques, digital 3D modelling that can be applied in AR and traditional oil painting on canvas. The fractured body, the flattened space, the gradient and the softness of shapes are recurring elements in my work that indicate dissolution and growth. A dissolving and rebuilding of our own identities takes place as we are becoming multiple and redefine our relationship towards the organic nature.

工作室参观
和 Blanco Gallery

23/09/2023

艺术家讲座
和 Othy Jasper

19/04/2023

UAL 在线期刊
贡献

02/12/2022

In my practice I explore how our constant connection to digital technology affects our understanding of the contemporary human body and where we are defining its new limits.

Central to my work is an intricate interplay of body and shape. By morphing our digital and physical modes of existing the body becomes limitless and material of experimentation. In this dual state there are no natural boundaries and no natural dynamics, only the constant awareness of an in-between.

My paintings offer a look inside and beneath the surface as the body becomes a malleable mass. It is being reduced to a pure surface material, while its content is being set aside. I explore the simultaneity of shape and space, individuality and reduction, incompleteness and openness, while placing the body against a vast non-space. All compositional elements come from or lead back to the recorded body as they take on its colours or act as traces of its physical movement.
Influenced by the spiralling portrayal of pathos in the Baroque and the encounter of hyperrealistic and transformative virtual environments, I play with different levels of complexity and reduction to reflect on the different levels of being present in this multifaceted time. The viewer is being confronted with a fragmented but soft surface of a new and strangely misplaced bodily experience.

In my creative process I link digital and analogue techniques, digital 3D modelling that can be applied in AR and traditional oil painting on canvas. The fractured body, the flattened space, the gradient and the softness of shapes are recurring elements in my work that indicate dissolution and growth. A dissolving and rebuilding of our own identities takes place as we are becoming multiple and redefine our relationship towards the organic nature.

Artist Statement

个展

2024

Transform: Marie-Therese Heublein, Swanfall Gallery, 1 A Old Bond Street, London

精选群展

2024

Beijing Dang Dai 2024, Contemporary Art Fair, Beijing, China

Schaufensterprojekt, Stadterneuerung Nürnberg, Nuremberg, Germany

In the emancipation of self, DContemporary, London

Perceive, LumiNoir Art, Espacio Gallery, London

2023

Through the Looking Glass, The Mall Galleries, London

4 IN 1, Cornerstone Studios, London

A colourful soup, The Social, London

2022
Research Festival 1.0, Peckham Levels, London

Church/Factory, Copeland Gallery, London

Unveil, Swanfall Art, Shoreditch High Street, London

Summer Exhibition 2022, Spiral Galleries, London

Jahresausstellung, HM, Munich

Brick Walls and Glass Ceilings, Wilson Road, London

This Art Exhibition, Espacio Gallery, London

Dialogues, Camberwell Space, London

2023

Through the Looking Glass (Audience Choice Award), Mall Galleries, London

4 IN 1, Cornerstone Studios, London

A colourful soup, The Social, London

2022
Research Festival 1.0, Peckham Levels, London

Church/Factory, Copeland Gallery, London

Unveil, Swanfall Art, Shoreditch High Street, London

Summer Exhibition 2022, Spiral Galleries, London

Jahresausstellung, HM, Munich

Brick Walls and Glass Ceilings, Wilson Road, London

This Art Exhibition, Espacio Gallery, London

Dialogues, Camberwell Space, London

exhibition view of several paintings

Recent Group Exhibitions

Marie-Therese Heublein(*1997 年,德国)的作品涉及油画、3D 动画和增强现实的过程并与之交叉。在她的作品中,她使用了水晶体的反复出现的元素,它发展成一种新的形式,成为未知景观的一部分。处于中间状态的身体是她作品的核心元素。她目前居住在德国纽伦堡。 她于 2021 年在慕尼黑应用科学大学获得了传播设计学士学位,同时还于 2012 年至 2021 年在服装和舞台设计师 Mihail Tchernaev 的工作室接触了多种艺术形式。随后,她搬到了伦敦,获得了硕士学位2022 年,她在伦敦艺术大学坎伯韦尔分校获得优异的美术绘画成绩。在学习期间,她被学院授予研究奖,以表彰她在塑造她的艺术实践的主题上进行的深入而见多识广的写作。 在她的画作中,她使用画布作为实验和世界构建的平面。她的多层次过程将物理草图与数字图像处理软件、3D 渲染和拼贴画的使用相结合,创造出身体在其物理存在和新的可变性之间振荡的空间,这是通过我们与扩展的可能性的不断联系而实现的的数字空间。 她的作品使用了破碎身体的反复出现的元素,这些元素发展成新的形状,并成为未开发景观的一部分。图形形状表明了模糊的透视感,而空白的使用向观看者打开了平面。在选定的作品中,艺术家通过在绘画中添加虚拟环境来扩展观看体验,观众可以通过增强现实扩展来访问该虚拟环境。 玛丽参加了伦敦各地的多个群展,包括在 Copeland 画廊举办的群展,以及为 2022 年 Peckham Levels 研究节所做的贡献。去年,她参加了在购物中心举行的群展“Through the Looking Glass”画廊荣获观众选择奖。 2024年初,她与Swanfall画廊在伦敦市中心举办了首次个展“Transform”。 2024 年 5 月,她将由 Swanfall 画廊代表参加北京当代艺术博览会、北京当代艺术博览会,还将参加伦敦梅费尔区的群展。

2022

M.F.A. Painting, University of the Arts London, Camberwell College of Art, (Distinction), London,
United Kingdom

 

2021
BA Communication Design, (1.3),
University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany

2012 - 2021

Studies at the atelier
of Mihail Tchernaev 

Munich, Germany

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