Germany and Mongolia, 1992
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Nominee GRA Autonomous Arts Award 2020
In the work of Nomin Zezegmaa, theory and practice deviate along an elusive spectrum of matter and non-matter. Employing and exploring immaterial entities, digging into non-linear histories, embodied and experienced memory, the often sculptural and tactile works find fluid expression in an amorphous multiplicity of medium and material.
Through a chimeric gaze, the question of objecthood makes transmutation, ambiguity and shape-shifting inherent signifiers in the mythopoeic story-telling of her practice through which she operates as a mediator, translator and connector between realms of an ancient past, geographical non-localities, and the rich void of the world wide web—to imagine, fiction and speculate other potentialities, futures and world(beings).