Paul Kos

  • Paul Kos works with everyday materials and video to enact a playful conceptual engagement with life and the world. He has made sculptures from salt-blocks, to be licked away by cows, and has carefully microphoned melting blocks of ice. Throughout these pieces, Kos’s work uses humor to relate the stuff of life back to larger questions of time and spirituality.

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Paul Kos works with everyday materials and video to enact a playful conceptual engagement with life and the world. He has made sculptures from salt-blocks, to be licked away by cows, and has carefully microphoned melting blocks of ice. Throughout these pieces, Kos’s work uses humor to relate the stuff of life back to larger questions of time and spirituality.