Buzzy Lizzy

Denise Ziegler

The installation Busy Lizzy is a dialogue between a slide projector and a video monitor. The slide projector projects images of coloured flowers over the monitor’s screen. The screen reacts by playing a video of a paintbrush sweeping across the screen, making it partially black. The installation stages a confrontation between the monitor’s internal and external images.

Production Year
1993
Type
Genre
Original Title
Ahkera Liisa
Finnish Title
Ahkera Liisa
English Title
Buzzy Lizzy
Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
No
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Sound
No
Cast
Denise Ziegler (Author)
Press Photos
Denise Ziegler is a visual artist born in Luzern, Switzerland who has worked and lived in Helsinki, Finland since 1990. Ziegler has studied in Luzern at Fachklasse für freie Kunst at Schule für Gestaltung (1986–90) and the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki (1996–97), where she also completed her doctoral studies in 2010. In her works Ziegler uses objects, sculpture, drawing, installations, painting and video. She has participated in solo and group exhibitions since 1989 in Finland, Scandinavia, Baltic countries, Europe, Asia and the United States.

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