If Toby Paterson’s work draws on modernist architectural sources, it does it with a view to renewing our reading of this heritage and opening it up to the question of landscape. “A lot of people think that my work is about architecture. This isn’t totally true. Architecture is just a pretext for looking. My work is about observing and feeling a given environment.”

His wall paintings, drawings, collages and sculpted modules propose a singular mixture of poetic abstraction and physical experience—a voyage through transitional spaces.
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