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Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

December 6, 2019

Grace Ebert

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Max Hooper Schneider‘s formal training in marine biology and landscape architecture is apparent in his recent installation titled “Hammer Projects.” Schneider’s work features rich landscapes overflowing with colorful natural elements that are interspersed with human objects, like a container of cheese balls, a rusting rifle, and strings of beaded necklaces.

The Hammer Museum describes the Los Angeles-based artist’s work as an attempt to decenter the human experience and challenge assumptions about how and why we classify objects. Through his installations, Schneider explores dichotomous relationships—like the human and nonhuman, construction and destruction, and the political and the personal—that traditionally have informed daily life.

If you’re in Los Angeles, you can see Schneider’s work at the Hammer Museum through February 2, 2020. Otherwise, follow him on Instagram.

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

Dense Installations by Max Hooper Schneider Feature Vibrant Landscapes Scattered with Human Objects

 

 

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