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Katie Holten       .     FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic     .      September 11 - November 25, 2012
FUTURA website    

 

Katie Holten, Drawing Installation
Walks, 2012
Found objects and graphite on painted table      

Katie Holten, Drawing Installation
Some Things Collected Along the Way, 2012
Found objects and graphite on painted table      

 

Katie Holten, Shadow Drawing
Shadows, (Mint), August 19, 2012
Left: 7.05am. Right: 7.12am

Graphite and ink on paper, 9 x 12 inches (each)      

 

Katie Holten Shadow Drawing
Shadow, (Parsley), August 23: 7.30am + August 24: 7.15am + 7.32am, 2012
Graphite and ink on paper, 9 x 12 inches

 

Katie Holten, FUTURA
Some Things Collected Along the Way, 2012

 

Katie Holten, FUTURA
Where Rocks Were Slow to Dominate
, 2012
Twig, newspaper headline from The New York Times, white tack, and a nail.

Katie Holten, Shadow Drawing
Shadows, August 21, 2012
Left: 9.21am. Middle: 9.15am. Right: 9.20am

Graphite and ink on paper, 9 x 12 inches (each)    

 

Katie Holten, Shadow Drawing
Shadow Lines, 2012                                                                                                      
Found stone and twig and graphite on two sheets of fabriano paper, c. 6 x 4 x 2 inches (each)

 


 

 

Katie Holten, FUTURA
Shadow Lines, 2012                                                                                                      
A borrwed stone and chalk formed during the Cretaceous era and collected
by the artist from the former seabed of the Inland Ocean in Kansas, on a black painted table.    

FUTURA
Shadow Lines
, 2012                                                                                                      
A borrwed stone and chalk formed during the Cretaceous era and collected by the artist from the former seabed of the Inland Ocean in Kansas, on a black painted table.    

 

Katie Holten, shadow Drawing
Linie Stínu /
Shadow Lines, 2012.
A brick borrowed from the gallery wall and its shadow drawn with chalk formed during the Cretaceous era and collected by the artist from the former seabed of the Inland Ocean in Kansas on a black painted wall.