The Print Center | Heidi Neilson
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Home Planetarium Survey
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Push Button For Luck
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Stargazing by Microscope
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Tranquility Base
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Tranquility Base

Heidi Neilson

Heidi Neilson is an interdisciplinary artist interested in giving visual and sensible form to the connections between people on the ground and off-planet conditions and infrastructure. Her work includes, recently: Sonic Planetarium, an immersive sound installation made from recordings of orbiting satellites; several works which involve receiving satellite transmissions (Go GOES Radiotelescope, Beachball Antennas, Outernet Library Branch – Wave Farm, among others); Menu for Mars Supper Club, a series of dinners envisioning Martian cuisine; and SP Weather Station, where weather data-gathering instruments serve as a hub for various activities addressing earth’s atmosphere.

Her often collaborative and publishing-based work has been presented at the Boiler-Pierogi, the Bronx Museum of Art, The Drawing Center, the International Print Center New York, the Islip Art Museum, the Queens Museum of Art, and SPACES, and published in The Blue NotebookElephant Magazine, and Hayden’s Ferry Review, among many others. Her work is included in over 60 museum and university collections. 





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