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KATIE PATERSON
Exhibiton view at James Cohan Gallery, New York City, 2016

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KATIE PATERSON
Exhibition view at James Cohan Gallery, New York City, 2016

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KATIE PATERSON
Installation view at CentrePasquArt, Biel, Switzerland, 2016
Photo © Julie Lovens

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KATIE PATERSON
Installation view at CentrePasquArt, Biel, Switzerland, 2016
Photo © Julie Lovens

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KATIE PATERSON 
Installation view at CentrePasquArt, Biel, Switzerland, 2016 
Photo © Julie Lovens

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KATIE PATERSON
Totality
2016
Mixed media

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KATIE PATERSON
Totality
2016
Mixed media

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KATIE PATERSON
Candle (from Earth into a Black Hole)
2015
Scented layered candle
Exhibition view Frac Franche-Comté
Photo © Blaise Adilon, 2015

 

Candle (from Earth into a Black Hole) is a scented, white candle which burns down over 12 hours. The candle creates a journey through space via smell; as if taking off from Earth, journeying to the Moon, the Sun, Mars, Jupiter, the stars, all the way into a Black Hole. The candle is formed of 23 layers, each containing a unique scent reflecting each place or planet. The Clouds and Troposphere smell like ‘water, humidity, wet basement, washed towels’ and the Ozone like ‘the clean smell after a thunder storm.’ The Moon is scented like ‘burnt gunpowder’ and Titan, Saturn’s Moon with ‘sweet and bitter almonds, cherry, slight benzene.’ Mars, an ‘old penny’.

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Colour Field
2016
C-print
43 1/4 x 102 1/4 in. (110 x 260)

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KATIE PATERSON
Gravity Released One Unit at a Time
2015
Micro water jet cut sterling silver
4 1/4 x 8 3/4 x 3/16 in.

 
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KATIE PATERSON
A Solar Flare Containing All the Light in the Universe
2014
Micro waterjet cut sterling silver
4 1/4 x 11 1/4 x 3/16 in.

 

 

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KATIE PATERSON 
Timepieces (Solar System)
2014 
Nine adapted clocks
Each: 17 11/16 x 17 11/16 x 3 11/16 in. (45 x 45 x 9.5 cm)

 

A series of nine clocks that tell the time on all the planets in our solar system, including Earth's Moon. The durations of the day range from planet to planet, from the shortest on Jupiter to the longest on Mercury. Each clock is calibrated to tell the time in relation to the other planets and to the time on Earth.

 

Mercury 4223 hours
Venus 2802 hours
Earth 24 hours
Moon 708 hours
Mars 24 hours 40minutes
Jupiter 9 hours 56 minutes
Saturn 10 hours 39 minutes
Uranus 17 hours 14 minutes
Neptune 16 hours 6 minutes

 

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KATIE PATERSON 
Timepieces (Solar System) (detail - Mars)
2014 
Nine adapted clocks
Each: 17 11/16 x 17 11/16 x 3 11/16 in. (45 x 45 x 9.5 cm)

 

A series of nine clocks that tell the time on all the planets in our solar system, including Earth's Moon. The durations of the day range from planet to planet, from the shortest on Jupiter to the longest on Mercury. Each clock is calibrated to tell the time in relation to the other planets and to the time on Earth.

 

Mercury 4223 hours
Venus 2802 hours
Earth 24 hours
Moon 708 hours
Mars 24 hours 40minutes
Jupiter 9 hours 56 minutes
Saturn 10 hours 39 minutes
Uranus 17 hours 14 minutes
Neptune 16 hours 6 minutes

 
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KATIE PATERSON
Future Library (certificate)
2014
Two-sided foil block print on paper
View of the certificate's front 

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KATIE PATERSON
Future Library (certificate)
2014
Two-sided foil block print on paper
View of the certificate's back

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KATIE PATERSON
Fossil Necklace
2013
Installation: Kettle’s Yard Gallery & St Peter’s Church, Cambridge, UK
Photographer: Paul Allitt

 

A necklace comprised of 170 carved, rounded fossils, spanning geological time.

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KATIE PATERSON
Fossil Necklace
2013
Installation: Kettle’s Yard Gallery & St Peter’s Church, Cambridge, UK
Photographer: Paul Allitt

 

A necklace comprised of 170 carved, rounded fossils, spanning geological time.

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KATIE PATERSON
Fossil Necklace
2013
Installation: Kettle’s Yard Gallery & St Peter’s Church, Cambridge, UK
Photographer: Paul Allitt

 

A necklace comprised of 170 carved, rounded fossils, spanning geological time.

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KATIE PATERSON
History of Darkness
2010
Ongoing slide archive
55 X 55 X 4.5 cm

 

History of Darkness is a slide archive; a life-long project, it will eventually contain hundreds upon thousands of images of darkness from different times/places in the history of the Universe, spanning billions of years. Each image handwritten with its distance from earth in light years, and arranged from one to infinity.

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KATIE PATERSON
History of Darkness
2010
Ongoing slide archive
55 X 55 X 4.5 cm

 

History of Darkness is a slide archive; a life-long project, it will eventually contain hundreds upon thousands of images of darkness from different times/places in the history of the Universe, spanning billions of years. Each image handwritten with its distance from earth in light years, and arranged from one to infinity.

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KATIE PATERSON
History of Darkness (79,582,210 ly)
2010
Embossed archival silver gelatin photograph
48 X 48 cm

 

The History of Darkness prints are culled from the slide archive; a life-long project, it will eventually contain hundreds upon thousands of images of darkness from different times/places in the history of the Universe, spanning billions of years. Each printed image embossed with its distance from earth in light years, and sequenced from one to infinity.

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KATIE PATERSON
As the World Turns
2010
Modified Project Debut record player
37 X 21 3/8 X 20 in.

 

A turntable that rotates in time with the earth, one revolution every 24 hours, playing Vivaldi's Four Seasons. If performed from beginning to end, the record would play for four years. The movement is so slow it isn't visible to the naked eye, yet the player is turning, imperceptibly.

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KATIE PATERSON
Inside this desert lies the tiniest grain of sand
2010
2/5
Black and white photograph on resin coated paper

 

A grain of sand collected from the Sahara Desert was chiselled to 0.00005mm, using special techniques in nanotechnology. This new minute grain of sand was then taken back to the Sahara and buried deep within its vast desert sands.

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KATIE PATERSON
Dying Star Letters
2010
Shelf, archival box, posted letters and envelopes
Dimensions variable

Upon hearing the news that a star has died, the artist writes and posts a letter, announcing its death.

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KATIE PATERSON
Dying Star Letters
2010
Shelf, archival box, posted letters and envelopes
Dimensions variable
Installation view at Mead Gallery, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

 

Upon hearing the news that a star has died, the artist writes and posts a letter, announcing its death.

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KATIE PATERSON
Dying Star Letters
2010
Shelf, archival box, posted letters and envelopes,
Dimensions variable
Installation view at Mead Gallery, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

 

Upon hearing the news that a star has died, the artist writes and posts a letter, announcing its death.

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KATIE PATERSON
100 Billion Suns
2010
1/10
Custom printed confetti, confetti cannon launcher
Dimensions variable
Storm King Art Center
Photo: Jerry L. Thompson

 

Gamma Ray Bursts are the brightest explosions in the universe, which burn with a luminosity 100 billion times that of our sun. The confetti cannons created for '100 Billion Suns' contain 3,216 pieces of paper whose colours correspond to each of these cosmic events. Every burst of confetti creates a miniature explosion of all of these vast explosions, in just under a second.

 

Cannons were set off at regular intervals during the vernissage of the 54th Venice Biennale at a series of unspecified locations around Venice, from major piazzas to the smallest back streets. Each explosion is documented in a photographic archive, showing a unique perspective of Venice during the opening days of the Biennale: 100 Billion Suns (Venice)

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KATIE PATERSON
100 Billion Suns
2010
1/10
Custom printed confetti, confetti cannon launcher
Dimensions variable

 

Gamma Ray Bursts are the brightest explosions in the universe, which burn with a luminosity 100 billion times that of our sun. The confetti cannons created for '100 Billion Suns' contain 3,216 pieces of paper whose colours correspond to each of these cosmic events. Every burst of confetti creates a miniature explosion of all of these vast explosions, in just under a second.

 

Cannons were set off at regular intervals during the vernissage of the 54th Venice Biennale at a series of unspecified locations around Venice, from major piazzas to the smallest back streets. Each explosion is documented in a photographic archive, showing a unique perspective of Venice during the opening days of the Biennale: 100 Billion Suns (Venice)

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KATIE PATERSON
100 Billion Suns
2010
1/10
Custom printed confetti, confetti cannon launcher
Dimensions variable

 

Gamma Ray Bursts are the brightest explosions in the universe, which burn with a luminosity 100 billion times that of our sun. The confetti cannons created for '100 Billion Suns' contain 3,216 pieces of paper whose colours correspond to each of these cosmic events. Every burst of confetti creates a miniature explosion of all of these vast explosions, in just under a second.

 

Cannons were set off at regular intervals during the vernissage of the 54th Venice Biennale at a series of unspecified locations around Venice, from major piazzas to the smallest back streets. Each explosion is documented in a photographic archive, showing a unique perspective of Venice during the opening days of the Biennale: 100 Billion Suns (Venice)

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KATIE PATERSON
All the Dead Stars
2009
4/4
Laser etched anodized aluminum
200.03 X 300.04 cm

 

A map documenting the locations of just under 27,000 dead stars - all that have been recorded and observed by humankind.

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KATIE PATERSON
All the Dead Stars (detail)
2009
4/4
Laser etched anodized aluminum
200.03 X 300.04 cm

 

A map documenting the locations of just under 27,000 dead stars - all that have been recorded and observed by humankind.

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KATIE PATERSON
Light bulb to Simulate Moonlight
2008
1/9
Light bulb with halogen filament, frosted coloured shell, 28W, 4500K, log book
85 X 83 X 92 cm

 

Produced with the lighting company OSRAM in series of 'lifetimes', each set contains a sufficient quantity of light bulbs to provide a person with a lifetime supply of moonlight, based on the current average life-span for a human being alive in 2008. (Each bulb burns for 2000 hours, a lifetime contains 289 bulbs).

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KATIE PATERSON
Light bulb to Simulate Moonlight
2008
1/9
Light bulb with halogen filament, frosted coloured shell, 28W, 4500K, log book
85 X 83 X 92 cm

 

Produced with the lighting company OSRAM in series of 'lifetimes', each set contains a sufficient quantity of light bulbs to provide a person with a lifetime supply of moonlight, based on the current average life-span for a human being alive in 2008. (Each bulb burns for 2000 hours, a lifetime contains 289 bulbs).

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KATIE PATERSON
Langjökull, Snæfellsjökull, Solheimajökull
2007
3/3
Three digital films on DVD
Duration: 1 hour 57 minutes
Installation view from The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas

 

Sound recordings from three glaciers in Iceland, pressed into three records, cast, and frozen with the meltwater from each of these glaciers, and played on three turntables until they completely melt. The records were played once and now exist as three digital films. The turntables begin playing together, and for the first ten minutes as the needles trace their way around, the sounds from each glacier merge in and out with the sounds the ice itself creates. The needle catches on the last loop, and the records play for nearly two hours, until completely melted.

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KATIE PATERSON
Langjökull, Snæfellsjökull, Solheimajökull
2007
3/3
Three digital films on DVD
Duration: 1 hour 57 minutes
Installation dimensions variable

 

Sound recordings from three glaciers in Iceland, pressed into three records, cast, and frozen with the meltwater from each of these glaciers, and played on three turntables until they completely melt. The records were played once and now exist as three digital films. The turntables begin playing together, and for the first ten minutes as the needles trace their way around, the sounds from each glacier merge in and out with the sounds the ice itself creates. The needle catches on the last loop, and the records play for nearly two hours, until completely melted.

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KATIE PATERSON
Vatnajokull (the sound of)
2007
4/5
Bespoke box, neon, iPod, headphones, photographs
38 1/4 x 22 1/2 x 48 in. (97 x 57 x 122 cm)

 

An underwater microphone lead into Jökulsárlón lagoon - an outlet glacial lagoon of Vatnajökull, filled with icebergs - connected to an amplifier, and a mobile-phone, which created a live phone line to the glacier. The number +44(0)7757001122 could be called from any telephone in the world, the listener put through to Vatnajökull. A white neon sign of the phone number hung in the gallery space.  The work now exists as an archive of that event.

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KATIE PATERSON
Vatnajokull (the sound of)
2007
4/5
Bespoke box, neon, iPod, headphones, photographs
38 1/4 x 22 1/2 x 48 in. (97 x 57 x 122 cm)

 

An underwater microphone lead into Jökulsárlón lagoon - an outlet glacial lagoon of Vatnajökull, filled with icebergs - connected to an amplifier, and a mobile-phone, which created a live phone line to the glacier. The number +44(0)7757001122 could be called from any telephone in the world, the listener put through to Vatnajökull. A white neon sign of the phone number hung in the gallery space.  The work now exists as an archive of that event.

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KATIE PATERSON
Vatnajokull (the sound of)
2007
4/5
Bespoke box, neon, iPod, headphones, photographs
38 1/4 x 22 1/2 x 48 in. (97 x 57 x 122 cm)

 

An underwater microphone lead into Jökulsárlón lagoon - an outlet glacial lagoon of Vatnajökull, filled with icebergs - connected to an amplifier, and a mobile-phone, which created a live phone line to the glacier. The number +44(0)7757001122 could be called from any telephone in the world, the listener put through to Vatnajökull. A white neon sign of the phone number hung in the gallery space.  The work now exists as an archive of that event.

Artist BioDownload Bio English PDF
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Katie Paterson, Photo: Giorgia Polizzi

Katie Paterson has become known for her multidisciplinary and conceptually-driven work with an emphasis on nature, ecology, geology and cosmology.  Many of her poetic installations have been the result of intensive research and collaboration with specialists as diverse as astronomers, geneticists, nanotechnologists, jewelers and firework manufacturers. 

 

Among recent works are: Totality (2016), a mirrorball reflecting every solar eclipse seen from earth; Hollow (2016)  is a commission for University of Bristol, made in collaboration with architects Zeller & Moye, permanently installed in the historic Royal Fort Gardens.  Hollow is a miniature forest of all the world’s forests, including over 10,000 unique tree species spanning millions of years telling the history of the planet through the immensity of tree specimens in microcosm.   Fossil Necklace (2013), a necklace comprised of 170 carved, rounded fossils, spanning geological time; Second Moon (2013), a work that tracks the cyclical journey of a fragment of the moon as it circles the Earth, via airfreight courier, on a man-made year-long commercial orbit; All the Dead Stars (2009), a large map documenting the locations of 27,000 dead stars known to humanity; Light bulb to Simulate Moonlight (2009), an incandescent bulb designed to transmit wavelength properties identical to those of moonlight; and History of Darkness (ongoing), a slide archive of darkness captured at different times and places throughout the universe and spanning billions of years.  As Erica Burton, curator at Modern Art Oxford, wrote at the time of a solo exhibition in 2008, “Katie Paterson’s work engages with the landscape, as a physical entity and as an idea. Drawing on our experience of the natural world, she creates an expanded sense of reality beyond the purely visible.”

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Katie Paterson, Earth Moon Earth, 2007

Earth-Moon-Earth (E.M.E) is a form of radio transmission whereby messages are sent in Morse code from earth, reflected from the surface of the moon, and then received back on earth. The moon reflects only part of the information back – some is absorbed in its shadows, ‘lost’ in its craters. For this work Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata was translated into morse code and sent to the moon via E.M.E. Returning to earth fragmented by the moon's surface, it has been re-translated into a new score, the gaps and absences becoming intervals and rests. In the exhibition space the new 'moon–altered' score plays on a self-playing grand piano.

 

Katie Paterson (born 1981, Glasgow, Scotland) received her BA from Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, United Kingdom in 2004 and her MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art in London, United Kingdom in 2007.  She has since participated in solo exhibitions at FRAC Frache Comté, Besancon, France; the Mead Gallery at the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK and at Kettle’s Yard at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK (2013); the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas, and BAWAG Contemporary, Vienna, Austria (2012);  James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY (2011) and Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK (2008). She has participated in group exhibitions at Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK; The Kochi-Muziris Biennial, Kochi, India;  the Power Plant, Toronto, Canada; the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; the Renaissance Society, Chicago, IL; the Hayward Gallery, London, UK; Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK; and her work has also been featured in the Whitstable Biennial 2010, Whitstable, UK; PERFORMA 09, New York, NY; and Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009, Tate Britain, London, UK.  She has been the recipient of the John Florent Stone Fellowship at Edinburgh College of Art, and was the Leverhulme Artist in Residence in the Astrophysics Group at the University College London for the academic year 2010-2011.  Her work can be found in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY; and the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK.  Katie Paterson lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

Exhibitions
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Gallery Exhibition
Katie Paterson
From Earth into a Black Hole
291 GRAND ST | SEPT 16 - OCT 16, 2016
New York
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Gallery Exhibition
Continuum
Peter Matthews, Katie Paterson, Karen Seapker
January 07 - February 05, 2011
New York
Press / Media
Articles / Reviews
Aesthetica
"Katie Paterson: The Poetry of Scale"
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The Guardian
"Why Olso’s Future Library is a fairytale come true," by Sjón
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The Guardian
"Sjón is Future Library's next recruit to become a 22nd-century author," by Alison Flood
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The Herald
Inside the weird world of Scotland's coolest and craziest artists
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Cool Hunting
"Hollow, Bristol," by Karen Day
Articles / Reviews
Artsy
The 15 New York Gallery Shows You Need to See This September
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Los Angeles Times
"David Mitchell has a new book, but you'll have to wait 98 years to read it," by Michael Schaub
Articles / Reviews
Apollo
"Fitting the entire universe into an art gallery," by Melanie Vanderbrouck
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Hyperallergic
"A Sculptural Forest Made from 10,000 Species of Trees," by Carey Dunne
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Wallpaper
"Touch wood: Katie Paterson and Zeller & Moye unveil Hollow installation in Bristol," by Sam Rogers
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Bristol Post
"Witness an artwork in the making as 10,000 tree species come to Bristol's Arnolfini," by Tara Pardo
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The Insight
Katie Paterson: The Science of Art
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New York Observer
"Scottish Artist Taps David Mitchell to Write a Book for a 100-Year Time Capsule," by Casey Quackenbush
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WWD
‘The Bone Clocks’ Author David Mitchell Named Next Donor to The Future Library
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The Guardian
“Into the woods: Margaret Atwood reveals her Future Library book, Scribbler Moon,” by Alison Flood
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BBC News
“Margaret Atwood puts unseen manuscript in ‘Future Library’ ”
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The New York Times
“Margaret Atwood Delivers Work to be Published in 2114,” by Christopher D. Shea
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CBC News
“VIDEO: Margaret Atwood becomes 1st author to add secret story to Future Library”
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Vitra
“From cosmology to jewellery: Interview with Katie Paterson,” by Alicia Reuter
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Sculpture Magazine
"Dark Matter: A Conversation with Katie Paterson," by Joshua Reiman
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Artforum
"Katie Paterson and Margaret Atwood," by Lars Bang Larsen
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Vice
“An artist is growing a forest that’ll become a library of books in 100 years,” by Nell Frizzell
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Apollo Magazine
“Looking ahead: Katie Paterson discusses her ‘Future Library’,” by Crystal Bennes
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The New York Times Sunday Review
"Katie Paterson," by Kate Murphy
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The New York Times Sunday Review
"2114: A Library Project"
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The New York Times ArtsBeat
"New Margaret Atwood Work Coming in … 2114?", by Jennifer Schuessler
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Artnet News
"Margaret Atwood Is First Writer Chosen for Katie Paterson Project," by Eileen Kinsella
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ARTnews
"Margaret Atwood joins Katie Paterson’s public art project, ‘Future Library,’" by M.H. Miller
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Slate
"No One Will Read Margaret Atwood’s Newest Work For 100 Years," by Lily Hay Newman
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The Guardian
“Margaret Atwood's new work will remain unseen for a century,” by Alison Flood
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Hyperallergic
"Artist’s 100-Year Project Will Grow Books from Saplings," by Jillian Steinhauer
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The Independent
"Katie Paterson, artist: 'I do not want to re-create. I want to be doing the next thing.'," by Karen Wright
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Artnet News
"Meteorite Sculpture Will Be International Space Station's First Artwork," by Sarah Cascone
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Blouin Artinfo
"Katie Paterson to Launch Meteorite Into Orbit," by Scott Indrisek
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ARTnews
"Katie Paterson Will Send Artwork to the International Space Station"
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The Times
"The Turner-tipped artist who's literally out of this world," by Mike Wade
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The Paris Review
"Future Library" by Dan Piepenbring
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E-flux
“Laisser les sons aller où ils vont (Let sounds go wherever they would go)”
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Artinfo
"Katie Paterson Takes the Very Long View," by Scott Indrisek
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BBC News
“Tracey Emin and Arctic Monkeys win South Bank awards,” by Michael Osborn
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The Guardian
"When a young artist meets an ancient meteorite," by Vanessa Thorpe
Articles / Reviews
Modern Painters
"Staring into Space: Katie Paterson Shoots for the Heavens," by Coline Milliard
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The Guardian
"Katie Paterson, the cosmicomical artist," by Brian Dillon
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katiepaterson.org
100 Billion Suns - an online archive
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Rhizome
"Interview with Katie Paterson" by Ceci Moss
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Independent
“Close-Up: Katie Paterson,” by Mike Higgins
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Museum Exhibition
Islands, Constellations and Galapagos
August 4 - November 5, 2017
Yokohama, Japan
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Museum Exhibition
Gray Matters
May 20 - July 30, 2017
Columbus, Ohio
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Museum Exhibition
Solo Exhibition
September 11 - November 20, 2016
Biel, Switzerland
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Commission
Katie Paterson at University of Bristol
Hollow
Opening May 9
Bristol, UK
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Commission
Totality
April 27 - May 22, 2016
Somerset House, London
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Gallery Exhibition
Sky Troopers
December 4, 2015 - January 22, 2016
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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Artist Talk/Lecture
December 3, 2015
Bristol, England
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Artist Talk/Lecture
November 21, 2015
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News / Events
San Francisco, California
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Museum Exhibition
Solo Exhibition
June 6 - August 30, 2015
Besançon, France
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Museum Exhibition
Group Exhibition
June 5 - September 9, 2015
New York, NY
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News / Events
Oslo, Norway
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News / Events
May 26, 2015
Oslo, Norway
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Museum Exhibition
December 12, 2014 - March 29, 2015
Kochi, India
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News / Events
Oslo, Norway
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News / Events
July 29, 2014
Guiana Space Centre in Kourou, French Guiana
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Commission
Public Commission
2014 - 2114
Oslo, Norway
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News / Events
Performance
March 30, 2014
Civico Planetario "Ulrico Hoepli", Milan
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Museum Exhibition
Group Exhibition
Feb 28 - Mar 16, 2014
Adelaide, Australia
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News / Events
January 27, 2014
London, England
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Gallery Exhibition
Group Exhibition
Jan 10 - Feb 15, 2014
Berlin, Germany
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Museum Exhibition
Group Exhibition
Sep 15 -Dec 15, 2013
Chicago, Illinois
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News / Events
iPhone / iPad App
Sep 2013 - Sep 2014
Ongoing
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Museum Exhibition
Solo Exhibition
May 2 - June 22, 2013
Coventry, UK
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Museum Exhibition
Apr 26 - Jun 30, 2013
Cambridge, UK
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News / Events
Campo del Cielo, Field of Sky
July 28 - Aug 5, 2012
London, UK
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Museum Exhibition
Solo Exhibition
Mar 4 - Apr 15, 2012
Fort Worth, Texas
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Museum Exhibition
Group Exhibition
Sep 3, 2011 - Mar 4, 2012
Chicago, Illinois
Books
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Publication
Katie Paterson
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Publication
Katie Paterson: Inside this Desert
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Edition
KATIE PATERSON: Future Library certificate