Water, like art, means everything. In some way at a certain level, it is recognizable, whether salt, fresh, tap, puddle, bottle, flood, well, radiator, heavy, loch, oasis, river, lake, sea, or ocean. It is wet - yet as limitless as the sky. Art, too, carries that strange relation to the world. It can seep through the cracks of everyday life to apparently function differently - but is still art, with the strange formal limitation but also with the expansive enormity of being absolutely everything.

Katarina have turned away from the purely naturalistic expression of the water, by abstracting the essential linear aspects of the movement of water and wave forms. In this series she explores the emotional meaning of the sea manifested in its kinetic qualities, its motion, its repetitive rhythms.

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