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Tania Kovats (b. 1966, London) works across sculpture, drawing, writing and installation to explore our relationship with our environment. She has an interest in geological formations and how landscapes form naturally over time, without human intervention. Bodies of water are a key area of interest for Kovats. Her investigation into oceans, seas, rivers and changing coastal rock formations are referenced in her artworks. She sees water as a ‘sculptor of the land’ and her practice explores the counterpoint between the organic and man-made. Untitled (2010) creates the appearance of a natural rock that has been broken apart. By using cast concrete, which has been coloured with black pigment, Kovats is further highlighting her interest in these opposing ideas.

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