Katja Mater

Fields on a Line



4 C-print in an acid-free cardboard box

This edition consists of a suite of four photographs, each measuring 19 x 24 cm

Edition of 20 copies, signed and numbered by the artist

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This edition is published by KIOSK

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about this work

Katja Mater exhibited at KIOSK in late 2014-early 2015, under the title Fields on a Line. The work was conceived in a step-by-step capturing of the painting of the exhibition room walls and floors in four different colours, and the subsequent re-painting in white. The result was a 16 mm film installation, with the repainted white exhibition space serving as residue. This eponymous edition reveals the process behind Fields on a Line in a new, photographic way: the four photo prints portray the four exhibition rooms in their temporary coloured state.

about Katja Mater

Katja Mater examines the boundaries of photographic and cinematographic media in explorations of the possibilities and impossibilities inherent to their materials. The reflective process that characterizes her work starts with an observation of the exhibition context and a contemplation of the potential dialogue between the medium and the environment. She works toward an ‘outcome’ that carry a transformative potential.

Her work primarily consists of analogue photographic or cinematographic registrations of intermediate interventions. She creates abstract geometric compositions on paper, on objects, or directly onto a spatial context. The compositions are captured by means of a deliberate set of rules that provide a sense of direction in Mater’s boundless exploration of the tension between the two-dimensional and the three-dimensional.

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Katja Mater has shown her work in solo exhibitions at venues including Kiosk; Ghent; Marres; Maastricht; O, Milan; Halfhouse, Barcelona; and Ltd Los Angeles. Group exhibitions include the 2016 Bergen Assembly; Extra City, Antwerp; Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht; Gallery Barbara Seiler, Zürich; Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva; La Casa Encendida, Madrid; FOAM Photography Museum, Amsterdam; and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.

Katja Mater is represented by the following gallery;
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LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristhina

You can also discover more of Mater’s work on her own website.


Other works by Katja Mater

Katja Mater - Site Specific Tiled 03/08/19 P/////AKT - 2020

Katja Mater

Site Specific Tiled 03/08/19 P/////AKT


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