Nina Katchadourian

Thursday, January 25, 2007 at 4pm

University Student Commons, Commonwealth B; 907 Floyd Ave.

One strain of Katchadourian’s work is oriented toward nature as concept, construct, and site, and investigates our assumptions, needs, cravings, dependency, and resistance associated with this term.  She has also worked with maps and with translation as both methods and subject matter.  Her work exists across many different media, includes photography, sculpture, sound, and video, and often comes about thought the process of observing and responding to ordinary situations in everyday life.  She is represented by Sara Meltzer gallery in New York and Catharine Clark gallery in San Francisco. Her work has been exhibited domestically and internationally at places such as PS1/MoMA, the Serpentine Gallery, New Langton Arts, Artists Space and SculptureCenter. In January 2006 the Turku Art Museum in Turku, Finland featured a solo show of works made in Finland, and in June 2006 the Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs opened a 10-year survey of her work with a forthcoming monograph.

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