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Kate Carr
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA
Faculty Sponsors: Tom Aprile and Isabel Barbuzza

“I understand the world through repetition. Repeating a mark, an activity, a form allows me to work intuitively, letting my materials and ideas articulate themselves. Repetitive marks and actions in my sculpture become representations of energy or effort. Materials are also integral. I use handmade paper, monofilament, and twine—materials that speak of humility. I enjoy exalting these materials, showing their possibilities and beauty.”

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2 1/2 Miles, 2003.
Baler twine and graphite.

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