The Mead Gallery are playing host to the exhibition of Katie Paterson's engaging work, which uses technology and nature to explore time and space. Past work has seen her transmit Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata to the moon and back.
Katie Paterson has already enjoyed widespread success, taking part in the Tate Triennale (2009) and exhibiting at Modern Art Oxford (2008) the Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm (2009), BALTIC, Gateshead (2010) and Whitstable Biennale (2010). She currently holds a John Florent Stone fellowship at Edinburgh College of Art and is Leverhulme Artist in Residence in the Astrophysics Group, UCL. - Ingleby Gallery
Paterson's work also includes an abstract look at horizons, and how they become entities themselves through close-ups and angled viewpoints. As Ingleby Gallery points out, Paterson is lerned in cosmology and thus her intrigue with the solar system has inspired her work.
Find her work at the Mead Gallery in Warwick. Feel free to take advantage of the free admission, and visit as many times as you like.