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Katinka Bock

Using clay, natural, and found materials, and more recently bronze, Katinka Bock creates sculptures and installations that explore temporality and space, and that also mine the territories of history and geography. While often dealing with natural alteration processes, or filming the disappearance of sculptural elements, she creates a continuous movement between outdoor and indoor spaces, the exhibition space and the production site. The work of Katinka Bock is investigating the material conditions through a different range of media: from sculpture as a central point, but also using film, photography and publishing. Her work deals with questions about language, commune space and sharing.

Logbook
Logbook
Rauschen
Rauschen
Prix Marcel Duchamp
Prix Marcel Duchamp
Sister
Sister, detail
Commotion in Higienopolis
Anakonda
Commotion in Higienopolis
Rauschen
Links und links
Cavallo Verde (two of eight)
Z-Zitrone,
Avalanche
Partition for 18 fingers, detail
Palomar e Palomar (detail)
Albatross
For your eyes only, parte pelo todo I/II/III, detail
Wunschkonzert
Conversation, suspended
Paloma Planta
Five Speakers
Five Speakers
Popolazione (righe e retta), limoni
Frieda und Fiedrich Z II
Frieda und Fiedrich Z II, detail
Personne
Super Santos
Linien und Geraden
Linien und Geraden

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