Noemi Niederhauser lives in between Lausanne and Athens where she is the project manager of A-DASH, an artist-led initiative combining studios and a project space, with an emphasis on experimentation, collaboration and inter-disciplinary exchange. Her creative approach blend craft processes with new technologies, such as sound recording, video and photography. Her artistic projects are concerned with transcribing and reassembling cultural artefacts in order to create disruptive narratives. Using discourses derived from ethnography, history and archaeology, and practices of the archive in an altered way, she creates site-specific installations that aim to challenge historical and scientific narratives in proposing new systems of exchange and modes of interpretation.
Thursday, April 18
Webster University Geneva, LLC Commons Room
Route de Collex 9 1293 Bellevue, Switzerland