Tania Kovats practice moves between processes that intertwine, looking, documenting and making that unfold a deep fascination of the natural world and meeting points between landscape and seascape. Traversing 2D and 3D, Kovats' work employs mapping systems as a way of understanding and investigating the specific geologies she comes across in her work.
This exhibition showcases a range of works from 2002 - 2014 including her recent installation All the Sea (2012-14) described as a library of bodies of water collected by people from around the world, originally commissioned by the Fruitmarket Gallery. Alongside this Kovats Evaporation series and Schist sculptures open up this deep engagement with the history and exploration of processes evidenced in the landscape around us.
Hear Kovats talk about her work, prior to the preview of this new exhibition.
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