Artist Heddi Siebel produces complex installation art, paintings, films, and prints inspired by her grandfathers expedition to the North Pole.
Her fascination lies in record keeping, story telling, and the unique features of the arctic landscape. Siebel's work is unique because while it relates to concepts of "home" and travel; it also contains a historical and familial connection.
The piece above is her reinterpretation of the arctic sun's position over a 24 hour period.
In the pieces above Siebel mixes documentation from her grandfathers expedition with notes from her own contemporary journey.
Above are her plein air paintings from her own expeditions.