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"Landscape" Artist Interview: Naomie Kremer

Posted March 31, 2020

After sheltering in place for two weeks, we thought we'd check in with our Landscape: Awe to Activism artists. This week, we're catching up with Naomie Kremer.

Hi Naomie, how are you spending your time during the shelter-in-place?

Painting, working on video, cooking, walking, Zoom Pilates.
Noticing new flowers in my garden!
Working on a short video about my solo show that just opened at Modernism in San Francisco, and obviously now on PAUSE. It will be extended...
Reading about Alma Mahler in preparation for my installation about her in Marseille, France, as part of Manifesta 2020 Parallel Program. It's supposed to open June 6, but probably...it will be postponed.

(Pictured: Naomie's carrot soup, new flowers in her garden, sunset walks, Alma Mahler installation; images provided by artist)

Your work in the exhibition is incredible. If you could describe your work in 3 words, what would they be?
Color, motion, rhythm


What inspires you? 
Anything interesting: what I read, to what I see, what I hear, what I taste - in summary - all and any sensory perceptions that come with being alive. It's a much longer answer if I get specific... and it changes all the time!


When do you feel most creative? 
In the morning! Before much has happened, when I'm still close to dream state. I don't find fatigue creative.


Since you're exhibiting in "Landscape: Awe to Activism," where's your favorite landscape or outdoor space? 
I love desert landscape, probably more than green, but any landscape with interesting contours, details, colors.



Naomie Kremer
Oil on linen and video projection
Courtesy of the Artist and Modernism, Inc.


Naomie Kremer
Oil on linen and video projection
Courtesy of a private collection