1990 , LVA
HfBK Dresden

During her studies, Amanda Ziemele developed an original painterly language, dynamic and impressive, based on elementary expressive lines and shapes. Sometimes they even remind some sort of archaic script on the verge between an abstract character and the object from which it is derived. With this pictorial language she manages sovereignly large image formats that often have an atypical shape; sometimes she combines several paintings into spatial formations. Another typical feature of her work is the combination of painting and objects integrated into them. In her graduate work, she even incorporated into her complex installation ceramic objects, conceived in a similar way to her paintings. / mf