Nina Katchadourian

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Nina is a Brooklyn-based conceptual artist who works with a wide variety of media including sculpture, video, photography and sound. Her past projects have involved mending broken spiderwebs with sewing thread, creating a machine that listens to the pattern of popping popcorn and uses Morse Code to translate it into spoken language, and constructing a genealogical chart incorporating all the people who appear on common grocery store products. Katchadourian has taught at Brown University and at the Rhode Island School of Design. She is represented in New York by Sara Meltzer gallery and in San Francisco by Catharine Clark gallery.