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Katie Paterson

Fossil Necklace, 2013

A necklace comprising 170 carved, rounded fossils, spanning geological time
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Installation view in St Peter’s Church, Cambridge as part of Paterson's solo exhibition at Kettle's Yard (April - June 2013)

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Katie Paterson
Scottish, b. 1981
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Katie Paterson's conceptual, interdisciplinary practice combines a scientific, research-based …

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Katie Paterson's conceptual, interdisciplinary practice combines a scientific, research-based approach with a clean minimalist presentation. Focusing on cosmology, ecology, and geology, Paterson's intimate works engage the viewer with monumental ideas of time and the cosmos, as in Vatnajökull (the sound of)

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Installation view in St Peter’s Church, Cambridge as part of Paterson's solo exhibition at …

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Installation view in St Peter’s Church, Cambridge as part of Paterson's solo exhibition at Kettle's Yard (April - June 2013)

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Katie Paterson
Scottish, b. 1981
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Katie Paterson's conceptual, interdisciplinary practice combines a scientific, research-based …

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Katie Paterson's conceptual, interdisciplinary practice combines a scientific, research-based approach with a clean minimalist presentation. Focusing on cosmology, ecology, and geology, Paterson's intimate works engage the viewer with monumental ideas of time and the cosmos, as in Vatnajökull (the sound of)

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Katie Paterson

Fossil Necklace, 2013

A necklace comprising 170 carved, rounded fossils, spanning geological time
Sold
location
Edinburgh
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