ZEIT Online x FvF Interview in Amsterdam: Amie Dicke
Dutch artist Amie Dicke is done with cutting and altering fashion magazines, the works for which she is best known. Although cuttings and nail-pierced magazines can still be found in abundance at her studio, they now share her cluttered studio with wrapped furniture, objects covered in foundation, water tanks filled with colour prints, and a fur coat stashed in glass closet.
The contrast with her apartment can hardly be greater. Tidy versus chaotic; the two spaces almost look like a metaphor for Amie’s current work, in which she explores the interaction between physical space, objects, their history, and people.
Thank you Thijs van Velzen (text) and Jordi Huisman (photography) for this great portrait! Read the whole conversation and see all pictures here!