Patty Rosenblatt’s works explore time. Her installations are
microcosms of the natural world, accretions of earths and
minerals. She exposes them to water and air in accelerated
versions of geological processes, and draws attention to the
changes they undergo. The paradoxical effect of these
constructions is that they slow time and create spaces for
reflection and contemplation. At the other end of the time
continuum, her large sculptures freeze moments and give
material form to spaces presumed empty, while her prints
capture matter in various stages of transformation.
is also known for the mural, “Healing Touches,”
created along with families that have lost children
The mural is in the Jimmy Fund Clinic at the Dana-Farber
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