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Rachel de Joode is a multimedia artist interested in processes of deconstruction and the abstraction of banal paraphernalia. Using material representations to explore social and cultural structures, she investigates the relationship between man and object, the contemporary and the historical, with a playful anthropological bent. de Joode is founder and art-director of Meta Magazine, as well founder and curator of the art auction house de Joode & Kamutzki. Her work is currently on display at the CCA Glasgow, in the group exhibition “DOVBLT TROVBLE“. She is based in Berlin.


Four Clay Scrollbars And Several Rocks, 2012
Digital Print, variable sizes
© Rachel de Joode


Untitled, 2011 [from “Untitled Portraits”]
Digital Print, 15.7 x 23.6 in
© Rachel de Joode


Venus, 2009 [from “The Residue of those Celestial Objects bound to our Sun by Gravity”]
C-Print, 39.4 x 47.2 in
© Rachel de Joode


The Small Blue Gradient, 2011 [from “The Small Blue Gradient”]
Digital Print, 19.7 x 27.6 in
© Rachel de Joode


Neptune, 2009 [from “The Residue of those Celestial Objects bound to our Sun by Gravity”]
C-Print, 39.4 x 47.2 in
© Rachel de Joode

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