Katie Paterson

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Katie Paterson (born 1981) is a Berlin-based visual artist from Glasgow, Scotland[1][2] whose multimedia artworks concern translation, distance, and scale.[3][4] Paterson holds a BA from Edinburgh College of Art (2004) and an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art (2007),[4] she is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Edinburgh (2013).[5] Paterson is engaged to the artist Martin John Callanan.[1]

Work[edit]

Paterson has done several projects relating to melting glaciers; her graduation piece for art school, Vatnajökull (the sound of), featured a mobile phone number connected to a microphone submerged in a lagoon beneath Europe's largest glacier. Related work includes Langjökull, Snaefellsjökull, Soheimajökull, in which the soundscape of melting glaciers was created by making LPs from ice consisting of glacier meltwater.[6] In one project she created a map of 27,000 known dead stars.[7][8][9][10] Her ongoing project History of Darkness is a series of slides and photographs of the dark, all "numbered, and annotated with distance in light years from Earth."[11] She has had solo exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford, Kettle's Yard Cambridge,[12] Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre,[13] Selfridges, London,[14] BAWAG Contemporary, Vienna,[15] Haunch of Venison, London, PKM, Seoul.[16] Paterson was the winner of a South Bank Sky Arts Award in 2014. and a Leverhulme Fellow at University College London. In July 2014, Paterson will send an artwork into space, to the International Space Station aboard ESA Georges Lemaître ATV (ATV-5).[17][18][19]

In August 2014, Paterson launched the Future Library project (NO:Framtidsbiblioteket), a 100-year-long artwork in Oslo's Nordmarka forest and New Public Deichmanske Library[1][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34] and announced Margaret Atwood as the first writer.[35] She was included in the Towner Art Gallery (Eastbourne) 'A Certain Kind of Light exhibition showing from 21st Jan to 17 May 2017. http://www.townereastbourne.org.uk/exhibition/a-certain-kind-of-light/

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/features/katie-paterson-artist-i-do-not-want-to-recreate-i-want-to-be-doing-the-next-thing-9640246.html
  2. ^ http://generationartscotland.org/artists/katie-paterson/
  3. ^ O'Reilly, Sally (March 2009). "Katie Paterson". Modern Painters. 21 (2): 34–35. 
  4. ^ a b "Katie Paterson". James Cohan Gallery. Retrieved March 17, 2014. 
  5. ^ http://www.eca.ed.ac.uk/school-of-art/news-events/eca-graduate-wins-the-south-bank-sky-arts-award-for-visual-art
  6. ^ Andrew., Brown, (2014-01-01). Art and ecology now. Thames & Hudson. ISBN 9780500239162. OCLC 904751530. 
  7. ^ http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/meet-artist-katie-paterson
  8. ^ http://merkske.com/deadstars
  9. ^ Behrman, Pryle (July–August 2010). "Profile: Katie Paterson". Art Monthly (338): 24–25. 
  10. ^ "Meet the Artist: Katie Paterson". Tate. Retrieved March 17, 2014. 
  11. ^ Dillon, Brian. "Katie Paterson, the cosmicomical artist". The Guardian. Retrieved March 17, 2014. 
  12. ^ Paterson, Katie (2008). Earth-Moon-Earth. Oxford: Modern Art Oxford. ISBN 1901352374. 
  13. ^ http://www.meadgallery.co.uk/events/visual-arts/katie-paterson-in-another-time
  14. ^ http://style.selfridges.com/whats-in/out-world-katie-patersons-art-installations-no-noise
  15. ^ http://www.bawag-foundation.at/index.php?id=73&events=368
  16. ^ http://www.pkmgallery.com/exhibitions/2011-03-24_katie-paterson/
  17. ^ http://blogs.esa.int/atv/2014/07/16/big-cargo-post-5-0/#more-9571
  18. ^ http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2014/07/28/katie-paterson-to-launch-artwork-into-orbit/
  19. ^ http://news.artnet.com/art-world/meteorite-sculpture-will-be-international-space-stations-first-artwork-67923
  20. ^ http://www.futurelibrary.no/
  21. ^ http://www.fineart.no/doc/anmeldelse_fremtidens_lesere
  22. ^ http://www.cbc.ca/books/2014/08/art-project-plants-1000-trees-for-books-100-years-from-now.html
  23. ^ https://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/08/arts/design/the-fifth-season.html
  24. ^ http://makezine.com/2014/08/07/100-year-art-project-to-grow-books-from-saplings/
  25. ^ http://www.csmonitor.com/Books/2014/0807/Future-Library-a-forest-that-will-become-books-100-years-from-now
  26. ^ http://hyperallergic.com/141979/artists-100-year-project-will-grow-books-from-saplings/
  27. ^ http://www.futurelibrary.no/img/KP_TIMES_w.jpg
  28. ^ http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2014/06/26/future-library/
  29. ^ http://www.kunstkritikk.dk/nyheter/om-hundre-ar-kommer-alt-for-en-dag/
  30. ^ http://www.dagsavisen.no/kultur/inne-og-ute/talmodighetens-kunst/
  31. ^ http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1040837/katie-paterson-takes-the-very-long-view
  32. ^ http://www.huffingtonpost.jp/asaki-abumi/norwegian%20library_b_5510178.html
  33. ^ https://soundcloud.com/situationsuk/future-library-katie-paterson
  34. ^ http://www.futurelibrary.no/Future_Library_PR_August2014.pdf
  35. ^ https://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/sep/05/margaret-atwood-new-work-unseen-century-future-library
  36. ^ http://www.glenfiddich.com/uk/explore/spirit-of-scotland/