Anne-Marie Schneider

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Anne-Marie Schneider

The exhibition displays the evolution of the work of Anne-Marie Schneider (Chauny, France, 1962), spanning from her initial, starkly linear and anti-pictorial drawings to the introduction of colour at the end of the 1990s. The exhibition includes a series devoted to the eviction of 'undocumented' people from Saint-Bernard, heralding a breakaway from the intimate universe that had inhabited her work until then. The show includes this key series, which was also on view at Documenta X in Kassel (1997), in addition to the four films Schneider has produced to date that, in some way, transfer drawing and graphic art on to the screen, making use of the moving image as a tool for reproducing the world, and montage as a medium for registering the movements of humans and things that make up reality.

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