ESSAYS

The Moment in an Hourglass, Jay Griffiths, 2022

People Turn into Gold, David Farrier, 2022

Julian Charrière And Katie Paterson: Meteors And Metabolisms, by Nicolas Bourriaud, for Gallerie Tschudi, 2021

A necklace made of fossils. A diamond made of captured carbon. by Andri Snær Magnason, for Gallerie Tschudi, 2021

On the aromas of the first and last forests, David Haskell, 2021

Knowledge, affect and subjectivity in Katie Paterson’s documents of darkness, Jemma Craig, 2021

The Art of Losing: Performing Ecological Loss in Contemporary Art, Hana Nikčević, 2021

The register of the artist, Elizabeth A. Hodson, Journal of Aesthetics & Culture, 2021

Instantiation, Actualization, and Absence: The Continuation and Safeguarding of Katie Paterson’s Future Library (2014–2114)

A place that exists only in moonlight: Katie Paterson and J.M.W. Turner, by Nicholas Alfrey, Turner Society News 123, Autumn 2019

A place that exists only in moonlight: Katie Paterson and J.M.W Turner, by James Attlee, 2019

The New Scientist, A Place That Exists Only in Moonlight review: Sublime raid on infinity, Boyd Tonkin, 2019

The Future is not a Foreign Country, by Arifa Akbar, 2018

2114, Future Library: A Conversation with Katie Paterson, Laura Leuzzi, 2018

The Manuscripts Stored in Oslo, by Lars Bang Larsen, 2017

Aesthetics as ecology, or the question of the form of eco art, Clive Cazeaux, 2016

New Scientist, Syzygy exhibition squeezes cosmic wonders into everyday objects, Paul Graham Raven, 2016

On Unpublishing: Fugitive Materiality and the Future of the Anthropocene Book, by Paul Benzon, in Publishing as Artistic Practice, Sternberg Press, 2017

salt 13: KATIE PATERSON, Whitney Tassie, The Utah Museum of Fine Arts, 2017

The Ravens of Tomorrow, by Sjón, 2017

The Time of an Artwork, Lisa Le Feuvre, 2016

Astronomy Domine: The Anthropological-Cosmological Squeeze in Katie Paterson’s work, Lars Bang Larsen, 2016

The Gedankenexperiments of Katie Paterson, Mary Jane Jacob, 2016

The Ayes Have It, David Mitchell, 2016

Of Great Magnitudes and Multiplicities, Sally O’Reilly, 2016

Future Library, Margaret Atwood, 2015

A New Spring, by Arve Rød, 2015

Katie Paterson, Sand and Stars, Ben Tufnell, 2014

Signs and Wonders, Brian Dillon, 2013

Katie Paterson: Another Time, Fiona Venables, 2013

To the Ends of the Earth: Art and Environment by Nicholas Alfrey, Stephen Daniels, Joy Sleeman 2012

Transmission, Reflection and Loss: Katie Paterson’s Earth-Moon-Earth by Nicolas Alfrey Lakeside, Nottingham, 2009



PUBLICATIONS

Burning Questions, Margaret Atwood, Penguin, 2022

A Show About Nothing, By Art Matters, 2022

Why Modern Manuscripts Matter, Kathryn Sutherland, Oxford University Press, 2022

Art + Archive: Understanding the Archival Turn in Contemporary Art, Sara Callahan, Manchester University Press, 2022

Futura Proxima. Curated for Gucci, 2022

Solid, Fluid, Biotic – Changing Alpine Landscapes, Thomas Kissling ed, Lars Müller Publishers, 2021 

Light and Language, Lismore Castle Arts, 2021

Art and Nature in the Anthropocene: Planetary Aesthetics, Susan Ballard, Routledge, 2021

Footprints: In Search of Future Fossils, David Farrier, 2021

Tate: Contemporary Art Decoded, Jessica Cerasi, Octopus, 2021

First Light: Switching on Stars at the Dawn of Time, Emma Chapman, 2021

The Colour Bible: The Definitive Guide to Colour in Art and Design, Laura Perryman, 2021

Under the Sky We Make: How to Be Human in a Warming World, Kimberly Nicholas PhD, 2021

The Future Library, Peng Shepherd, 2021

The Good Ancestor, How to Think Long Term in a Short-Term World, Roman Krznaric, 2020

The Unseen Masterpiece, Ingleby Gallery, 2020

Timefulness: How Thinking Like a Geologist Can Help Save the World, Marcia Bjornerud, 2020

Mind the Gap: La vita tra bioarte, arte ecologica e post internet, Elena Giulia Rossi, 2020

Beethoven Moves, Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Hatje Cantz, 2020

Uncharted: How to Navigate the Future, Margaret Heffernan, 2020

Anthropocene Poetics: Deep Time, Sacrifice Zones, and Extinction, David Farrier, 2019

Conversations with Turner, The Watercolors, Nicholas R. Bell, 2019

The Moon: A History for the Future, Oliver Morton, 2019

Time’s Urgency, eds. Carlos Montemayor, Robert R. Daniel, 2019

The Moon, A Celebration of Our Celestial Neighbour, Royal Observatory Greenwich, 2019

Great Women Artists, Phaidon, 2019

PET, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2019

In Land: Writings Around Land Art and its Legacies, Ben Tufnell, 2019

Library of Light: Encounters with Artists and Designers, Jo Joelson, 2019

Architecture and the Forest Aesthetic, Jana VanderGoot, 2019

24/7: A Wake-Up Call for Our Non-Stop, ed Sarah Cook, Somerset House, 2019

The Moon: From Inner Worlds To Outer Space, Louisiana Museum Of Modern Art, 2018

Big Botany: Conversations with the Plant World, Spencer Museum of Art, catalogue, 2018

Nordic Narratives of Nature and the Environment, eds Anna-Karin Jonasson, Peter Degerman, Reinhard Hennig, 2018

After Extinction, Richard Grusin, 2018

Time and Literature, Thomas M. Allen, Cambridge University Press, 2018

Dewey for Artists, Mary Jane Jacob, 2018

ACTIONS The Image of the World can be Different, Kettle’s Yard, 2018

Scaling the Sublime: Art at the Limits of Landscape, 2018

A place that exists only in moonlight, Kerber Verlag, 2017

Etre Pierre, Musee Zadkine, 2017

Katie Paterson: Monograph, Locus+ and Kerber Verlag, 2017

Universe: Exploring the Astronomical World, Phaidon, 2017

Immanence and Immersion: On the Acoustic Condition in Contemporary Art, Will Schrimshaw, Bloomsbury, 2017

Yokohama Triennale: Islands, Constellations & Galapagos, catalogue, 2017

A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham, Henry Moore Institute, 2016

The Distant Unknown, OCAT Shanghai, 2016

Publishing as Artistic Practice Sternberg Press, 2016

Threads: A Fantasmagoria About Distance, Nicolas Bourriaud, 2016

Memories of the Moon Age, Spector Book, 2016

Aesthetics as ecology, Clive Cazeaux, in Extending Ecocriticism, Manchester University Press, 2016

Rare Earth, Boris Ondreička, Nadim Samman (Eds.), Sternberg Press, 2016

Man made: contemporary art about the relationship between mankind and earth, Johan Braeckman, 2016

Ecology Of Our World: Views On Climate And The Environment, Ird Editions, 2016

Monochrome: Darkness and Light in Contemporary Art, Craig Staff, 2015

How to Construct a Time Machine, ed Marquard Smith, MK Gallery, 2015

Fantasies of the Library, Anna-Sophie Springer and Etienne Turpin, K-Verlag, 2015

About Trees, Katie Holten, Broken Dimanche Press, 2015

Public Art (Now): Out of Time, Out of Place, MIT Press, 2015

Climate Cultures: Anthropological Perspectives on Climate Change, Jessica Barnes, Michael Dove, Yale University Press, 2015

In Outer Space: Faszination Weltraum, Bundeskunsthalle, Nicolai, 2015

Dissident Futures, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2014

A Planetary Order, Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, 2014

Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957-2012, Helen Luckett, Hayward Gallery, 2012

Manifesto for a Republic of the Moon, ed Claudia Lastra, Arts Catalyst, 2014

Curiosity: Art, Wonder and the Pleasures of Knowing, Hayward Publishing, 2013

Documents of Contemporary Art: Time, ed Amelia Groom MIT press, 2013

The Piano, Art Gallery of Alberta, 2013

LIGHT SHOW, Hayward Publishing, 2013

Tipping Point, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, 2013

Reason & Emotion: Landscape and the Contemporary Romantic, ed Rebecca Partridge, 2013

Earth Sound Earth Signal, Energies and Earth Magnitude in the Arts, Douglas Kahn, 2013

Metaphoria, Guimaraes, Portugal, 2012

The Unseen – 4th Guangzhou Triennial, catalogue, 2012

Marking Time, MCA Sydney, 2012

Beyond Contemporary Art, Etan Ilfeld, Vivays Publishing, 2012

Katie Paterson, Inside this Desert, BAWAG Foundation Vienna, 2012

Wild Sky, Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst, Hatje Cantz, 2011

Space. About a Dream, Gerald A. Matt and Catherine Hug Kunsthalle Wien, 2011

Nocturne: A Journey in Search of Moonlight, James Attlee, University Of Chicago Press, 2011

What Good Is the Moon?: The Exhibitions of the Trussardi Foundation, Hatje Cantz, 2010

Systematic, catalogue, Zabludowicz Collection, 2010

Younger Than Jesus: Artist Directory, eds. Lauren Cornell, Massimiliano Gioni, Laura Hoptman Phaidon Press, 2009

Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009, Nicolas Bourriaud, Tate Publishing, 2009

Earth-Moon-Earth (Moonlight Sonata Reflected from the Surface of the Moon), Modern Art Oxford, 2008



ARTICLES

Kinfolk, Katie Paterson, Issue 40, 2022

The Sunday Post, Making history: Artist who’s got the whole world in her jar, 2022

The Herald, Galleries: Katie Paterson Grinds Historic Fragments Into Dust, Sarah Urwin Jones, 2022

The Telegraph, How great art can help you travel through time, David Farrier, 2021

SEISMA Magazine, EDITION 02 : ASTROPHYSICS, Paul Carey-Kent, 2021

The Architectural Review, A Room Darkened In Time With A Solar Eclipse, 2020

The Times, NOW: Katie Paterson — cosmic show shoots for the moon, Ashley Davies, 2020

Frieze, Life in Astronomy No 204, 2019

Sculpture Magazine, Fleeting Little Thoughts: A Conversation with Katie Paterson, Elizabeth Fullerton, 2020

Creative Responses to Sustainability, Culture 360, 2020

The Guardian, ‘You’ll have to die to get these texts’: Ocean Vuong’s next manuscript to be unveiled in 2114, 2020

Viking Magazine, Books for the Future, 2021

The Times, review, Katie Paterson: A new exhibition boldly goes where no artist has gone before, Nancy Durrant, 2019

The Times, Style Magazine, Margaret Atwood Has Nominated The 12 Women Who Are Shaping Our Future, 2019

Katie Paterson & JMW Turner, World of interiors, 2019

The Guardian, Katie Paterson’s cosmic art, Patrick Barkham, 2019

Scottish Art News, Katie Paterson: Past, Present and the Future Library, Neil Cooper, 2019

The Scotsman, Art review: NOW | Katie Paterson, Darren Almond, Shona Macnaughton and Lucy Raven, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, 2019

The Scotsman, Ones to watch in 2019: Katie Paterson, artist

Financial Times, Katie Paterson and JMW Turner at Turner Contemporary — worlds apart, Simon Ing, 2019

The Economist, Prospero, Katie Paterson’s celestial art, 2019

Financial Times, Critics Choice, Jackie Wullschläger, 2019

Nature, Artist of deep time, Philip Ball, 2019

The New York Times, This Library Has New Books by Major Authors… , Merve Emre, 2018

Sculpture Magazine, itinerary, 2018

The Saturday Paper, Tome capsule, Kate Hennessy, 2018

Nothing in The Rulebook, Creatives in profile – interview with Katie Paterson, 2018

MAYDAY Magazine, Issue 2, Blue Marble in Space and Art, 2018

Utopie: Faire pousser des livres, Chrystèle Bazin, 2018

Katie Paterson: ‘As a child, I used to practise daydreaming’, Veronica Simpson, Studio International, 2016

Phox Pop magazine Issue 4, 2017

The Herald, Inside the weird world of Scotland’s coolest and craziest artists, Vicky Allan, 2016

Inside a Glacier to Out of This World, Sunday Mail, 2016

Katie Paterson: The Poetry of Scale, Aesthetica Magazine, 2016

The Telegraph, Untold Stories of a Norwegian Wood, Gaby Wood, 2016

Wired, Margaret Atwood and David Mitchell Have Written New Fiction—If You Can Wait 98 Years to Read It, Charlie Locke, 2016

Artist’s Newsletter, A Q&A with… Katie Paterson, artist and cosmic explorer, 2016

Apollo, Fitting the entire universe into an art gallery, Melanie Vandenbrouck, 2016

Visit Oslo, The Future Library In Nordmarka, 2016

Huck, The Trees In This Norwegian Forest Will One Day Become The Greatest Books Of Our Time, 2016

Psychology Today, Turning Back Time, 2016

Observer, Scottish Artist Taps David Mitchell to Write a Book for a 100-Year Time Capsule, Casey Quackenbush, 2015

The Guardian, Into the woods: Margaret Atwood reveals her Future Library book, Scribbler Moon, Alison Flood, 2015

52 Insights, Katie Paterson, The Science of Art, 2015

The Guardian, Grand Theft Author: I’d wait 100 years to read Margaret Atwood-but many wouldn’t, Natalie Haynes, 2015

Open Skies, Emirates Magazine Something is going on in Norway. It involves the greatest writers of our generation… by Christopher Beanland, 2015

Smithsonian Magazine, A Meteorite Returns to Space In the Name of Art, 2015

super/collider, Katie Paterson, 2015

Monocle, Tomorrow People, Rebecca Unger, 2015

AnOther, The Cosmic Conceptual Art of Katie Paterson, Daisy Woodward, 2015

Maze, Du langage dans l’art Silvia Bachli et Katie Paterson au FRAC Franche-comté by Alexandre Caretti, 2015

Apollo, Looking ahead: Katie Paterson discusses her Future Library by Crystal Bennes, 2014

A-N Magazine, Katie Paterson – Ideas by Rowan Lear, 2014

ArtForum, 1000 Words: Katie Paterson and Margaret Atwood by Lars Bang Larsen, 2014

Freunde von Freunden, Katie Paterson, Alicia Reuter, 2014

Die Presse Literatur, mit langen Atem by Daniel Kalt, 2014

Artdependence, Behold the Future: Katie Paterson interview by Rajesh Punj, 2014

The New York Times, Sunday Review, Katie Paterson, 2014

The New York Times, 2114: A Library Project by the Editorial Board

The New York Times, New Margaret Atwood Work Coming in … 2114? by Jennifer Schuessler, 2014

The Globe and Mail, Margaret Atwood’s next project is due in the 22nd century, 2014

Scotland on Sunday, Book may be a best seller – not for 100 years by Stephen McGinty, 2014

The Sunday Times, Seeing Stars and Stripes by Hugh Pearman, 2014

The Guardian, Margaret Atwood’s new work will remain unseen for a century by Alison Flood, 2014

The Times, Katie Paterson, Ideas by Nancy Durrant, 2014

Studio International, Katie Paterson: Earth-Moon-Earth by Darren Anderson, 2014

Frame, Introducing: Katie Paterson, 2014

Vitra, From Cosmology to Jewellery, 2014

This is Tomorrow, Katie Paterson: Ideas, 2014

Hyperallergic, Artist’s 100-Year Project Will Grow Books from Saplings by Jillian Steinhauer, 2014

Sculpture Magazine, Katie Paterson, Dark Matter by Joshua Reiman, 2014

The Independent, Katie Paterson, In the Studio by Karen Wright, 2014

The Economist, Expanding Universe, In the Studio, 2014

The Times, The Turner-tipped artist who’s out of this world by Mike Wade, 2014

The Paris Review, Future Library by Dan Pipenbring, 2014

Vice, An Artist Is Growing a Forest That’ll Become a Library of Books in 100 Years by Nell Frizzell, 2014

Kunstkritikk, Om hundre år kommer alt for en dag by Mariann Enge, 2014

The Times, Art shoots for the stars with Katie Paterson’s Second Moon by Rachel Campbell-Johnston, 2013

Leonardo Music Journal, Vol. 23, Dead Silence: Ecological Silencing And Environmentally Engaged Sound-art, Dugal Mckinnon, 2013

Hyperallergic, The Moon in a Box by Mark Sheerin, 2013

The Guardian, Critic’s choice, 2013

X-tra Contemporary Art Quarterly, On Starlight and Celestial Darkness: Human Vision and Cosmic Revision by Neha Choksi, 2013

Aesthetica, Review of Katie Paterson Exhibition at Kettle’s Yard Gallery & St Peter’s Church, Cambridge, 2013

Conveyor, Katie Paterson: White Light in Dark Matter by Sylvia Hardy, Issue 4, 2012

Artforum, Best of 2012, the Artists’ Artists, 2012

Whitewall, Katie Paterson: 100 Billion Suns, 2012

The Guardian, Katie Paterson, The Cosmicomical Artist, Brian Dillon, 2012

Modern Painters, Staring into Space: Katie Paterson shoots for the heavens, Coline Miliard, 2012

The Evening Standard (London), Katie Paterson: Me and my meteorite, Ben Luke, 2012

The Independent, Katie Paterson: 100 Billion Suns, Zoe Pilger, 2012

The Guardian, When a young artist meets an ancient meteorite, Vanessa Thorpe, 2012

The Creator’s Project, How To Melt A Meteorite, 2012

Artforum, London Critic’s picks, 2012

The Gentlewoman (Issue 3), Modern Astronomy, with Katie Paterson, 2011

AnOther Magazine, 100 Billion Suns: Katie Paterson’s confetti rainbows, Skye Sherwin, 2011

The Guardian, Artist of the week 149: Katie Paterson, Skye Sherwin, 2011

Post, Reflection Eternal, Dean Kissick, 2011

Ingleby exhibition coverage includes The Guardian Guide, The Guardian online, Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors, The Financial Times, The Herald, The List, The Scotland on Sunday, The Scotsman, The Times, The Week, 2011

PKM exhibition coverage includes Ajou Economy, Art in Smart, Arte Al Limite, Artinasia, ArtSlant, Artwa, Asia Today (Seoul), CNB News (Seoul), Curbs and Stoops, Daum Performance, Dazed & Confused Korea, Dong-A Ilbo (Seoul), Dosilife, Elle à Seoul, Hankook Economy (Seoul), Hankyoreh (Seoul), Joongang Sunday Magazine, Magazyn.co.kr, Monthly Photography, Mutualart.com, OhmyNews, Seoul Shinmun, The Korea Herald (Seoul), The Move, VM Space, 2011

AnOther Magazine, Art Talks, Katie Paterson, Lucia Davies, 2011

The Science Of Art, The Scotsman Magazine, 2011

Art Monthly Profile: Katie Paterson, Pryle Behrman, 2010

Line Magazine, Sound Edition Profile: Katie Paterson, Jennifer Owen, 2010

Katie Paterson, Artist of the Moment, Bang Bang Berlin, 2010

Observer New Review, Meet the best new artists in Britain, Kate Kellaway, 2010

The Guardian, Whitstable Biennale: a new pearl among the art-world oysters, Eleanor Morgan, 2010

The Sunday Times Culture, Pearls Amongst Oysters, Waldemar Januszczak, 2010

Rhizome, Interview with Katie Paterson, Ceci Moss, 2010

Wired, The universe’s official artist, Gary Cansell, 2010

Seed Magazine, The Ancient, Distant and Dead, 2010

The Times, End-of-the-pier show, Louise Cohen, 2009

A-N Magazine, Big Picture, 2009

The Independent, Women at work, Hannah Duguid, 2009

Modern Painters, Katie Paterson, Sally O’Reilly, 2009

The Scotsman, ‘I’d no idea how many dead stars there were…’, Jay Richardson, 2009

The Independent, Generation Next, Matilda Egere-Cooper, 2009

POK Magazine, Luminescence, Michael Fordham, 2009

Dazed, Earth Moon Earth, 2009

Wired, Artist Turns Lightning into Street Art, 2009

The Sunday Times Culture, Waldemar Januszczak, 2008

A-N Magazine Encounters, Katie Paterson and Mircea Cantor, The Need for Uncertainty, Clare Carswell, 2008

The Independent, The New Review Close-up: Katie Paterson, Mike Higgins, 2008

Monocle, Light bulb Moment, Robert Bound, 2008

Metro, It’s the call of the wild, Fiona Macdonald, 2008

Art World, New Work: Katie Paterson, 2008

The Guardian, Morse-code moon mission, Francesca Martin, 2007

The Times, Did You See?, Francesca Steele, 2007

The Scotsman, Artist Records Coolest Sounds, 2007

The Sunday Times Culture, Heard the one about the icecap calling?, Tim Cooper, 2008

The Guardian, Glacier Death: Callers Take Part in Art, Maev Kennedy, 2007

Art World, Student Shows, 2007