• size 54" × 78" × 2.25"
  • year 2020
  • materials Hand-burnt lines on paper
  • framed In white
“This drawing is part of a new series of work titled "Timed Movement" Throughout the uncertainty and unrest of the past several months, returning to the studio day in and day out became a ritual to experience and represent this time in our lives. With highs and lows, sometimes the days/weeks blending together; other times, distinct events cause a disturbance and in return, a time to reflect. I found that throughout this time, movement was also a large contributor to personal healing and maintaining centered. The compositions reference various forms of movement, either shifting, rotating, dividing, or coming together.” — Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey
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About the Artist

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Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey (b. 1982) is a Boston-based visual artist whose work is inspired by sacred geometry and the metaphysical mapping of space and time. Katrine achieves the geometric patterns in her work by burning her paper surface, allowing for chance to influence her ordered forms. Marked with intentionality and meticulous detail, Katrine’s work investigates the correlation between chaos and order, permanence and transience, and the interconnectivity of the universe.

From the Journal

From the Journal

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  • At Home
  • Casey in FiDi
  • We visited Casey DeBois, an interior designer, in her modern (yet cozy) apartment in the iconic New York by Gehry building.
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  • Inside the Studio
  • Visit with Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey
  • Mixed-media artist Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey gives an intimate look at her process and how she keeps work from going up in flames.
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  • At Home
  • Modern opulence in Midtown
  • We joined Noa Santos, Justin DiPiero and ABC Home to bring modern luxury to a three-bedroom apartment in Midtown.
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  • At Home
  • Ben in Brooklyn
  • Visit the Brooklyn apartment of Uprise collector Ben, who embraces open-floor-plan living by creating a cozy, minimalist space.
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  • At Home
  • Industrial luxe in the West Village
  • What was once an industrial printing facility, our friends at Workshop/APD converted into a multi-family home, complete with High-Line-esque private mews.
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  • At Home
  • Contemporary contrasts in San Francisco
  • Our friends at Smith Firestone Associates transformed this spacious San Francisco apartment at The Harrison into a calming and monochromatic dream.
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  • At Home
  • Teal & teak in Los Angeles
  • Mid-century statement pieces and natural wood finishes (plus a pop of teal) come together in this Los Angeles home designed by Kelly Martin.
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  • In Good Company
  • The Inside
  • Lush interiors abound at The Inside's newly renovated Tribeca loft, the Creative Compound.
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  • Inside the Studio
  • Katrine on "Shifting Center"
  • We take a closer look at Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey's "Shifting Center", her largest work on paper to date.
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  • Inside the Studio
  • Katrine on natural pigments
  • We learn more about Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey's recent venture into creating her own natural pigments.
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  • At Home
  • Timeless elegance in NoMad
  • 277 Fifth Avenue is located in NYC's NoMad district and sits at the epicenter of fashion, technology, entertainment and residential living.
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  • At Uprise
  • "Home/Work" defined
  • For the digital exhibition 'Home/Work', eight artists created eight works each during a single week of quarantine.
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  • At Uprise
  • Behind the scenes of "The Slowdown"
  • In their two-person show, "The Slowdown", artists Carla Weeks and Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey explore the transcendent and intangible qualities of human experience.

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