Na­dine Kolodziey will melt your heart with her melted plas­tics and walk­a­ble en­vi­ron­ments

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Na­dine Kolodziey talks about her tour­ing art project that places em­pha­sis on in­ter­ac­tiv­ity

Since be­ing picked up for in­tern­ship, while still study­ing, by Hort's founder Eike König, it's been a busy time for Na­dine. This year she was cho­sen as one of the Euro­pean Adobe Cre­ative Res­i­dency mem­bers – an ini­tia­tive that of­fers money, re­sources and time to se­lected cre­atives to pur­sue a per­sonal project. Na­dine's? The Un­drawn Draw­ing: a project, "in­ter­ested in im­age mak­ing that in­volves the com­mu­nity," she says. Na­dine aims to tour Ger­many, work­ing with the res­i­dents of three cities to in­ves­ti­gate their unique shapes, re­sult­ing in a vi­su­al­i­sa­tion of the cities, "and," she con­tin­ues, "there'll be ex­plo­ration camps where peo­ple can see me do­ing weird things like cut­ting stuff, melt­ing stuff, burn­ing stuff, I don't know!" We can't wait to see how this project de­vel­ops.

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