Katrin Sigurðardóttir's installation work, Supra Terram, is currently on site at the Parasol unit London. Representing an reemergence from a duration of repose within the subterranean, the work is called Supra terram. The cavern like form sits wedged in the centre of the ground floor gallery space - its geometry and form responds to both the existing vertical structural elements of the room and its horizontal datum. Upon arriving on the second floor, the cave gives the impression of protruding through the concrete floor - leaving a wedge of its top sat on the floor. The artist plays with this shift in perception between the illusion an image or form creates and the actual construction of it. Particularly sensitive was the beautiful application of paper pulp over a wire-form. The manner of application gave it an appearance of an upside down snow peaked landscape. From 12 June - 8 August 2015.
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