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SELECTED WORKS BY Liane Lang

Liane Lang
Masturbation

1998

60-minute animated VHS cassette loop


OTHER RESOURCES

artfacts.net
Additional information and images – Liane Lang

lianelang.com
Artist's website - upcoming projects, images, texts and biographical information

t12artspace.com
T1+2 Artspace
Liane Lang composes scenarios using very life-like latex casts and models to construct photographs, video and animation that exist between narrative fiction and still-life composition. Set in spaces that appear contrived, and in themselves sculptural, the photographs represent a highly controlled, single view point on a sculptural scenario. The images can be read as both narrative fiction and still-life composition and explore an uncertain status between living and nonliving that can only exist in art.

murmurart.com
Murmur Art
Lang uses found objects and fabricated latex bodies to construct scenarios that exist between narrative fiction and still-life composition, the observation of a figure as both form and active agent. Her medium of photography allows this merging of materials and surfaces, this deception of the viewer.

fieldgategallery.com
Liane Lang employs a variety of inanimate objects and fabricated figures to construct
images and videos that exist between narrative fiction and still-life composition. Set in
spaces that appear contrived, and could be described as in themselves sculptural, the
photographs represent a highly controlled, single view point on an installation.