Introduction
Mary Hilde Ruth Bauermeister (born 7 September 1934) is a German artist who works in sculpture, drawing, installation, performance, and music. Influenced by Fluxus artists and Nouveau Réalisme, her work addresses esoteric issues of how information is transferable through society. "I only followed an inner drive to express what was not yet there, in reality or thought," she said of her practice. "To make art was more a finding, searching process than a knowing." Since the 1970s, the artist's work has concentrated on the themes surrounding New Age spirituality, specifically geomancy, the divine interpretation of lines on the ground.
Wikidata
Q1426004
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Introduction
She was the wife of composer Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Nationalities
American, West German, German
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Assemblage Artist, Landscape Architect, Installation Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Mary Bauermeister, Mary Hilde Bauermeister, Mary Hilde Ruth Bauermeister
Ulan
500021872
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