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Katharina Grosse in "Fiction"Preview

In this preview from the Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 7 episode, Fiction, artist Katharina Grosse describes a “thought based” approach to creating work.

Shown at work from Amaral Custom Fabrications in Bristol, Rhode Island, the artist spray paints sculptural elements that are to be included in Just Two of Us—her 2013 exhibition for Public Art Fund at MetroTech Commons in Brooklyn, New York. “There is an overall agreement that I have with myself as I start something,” says the artist about her process. “That agreement is based on a judgment.”

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