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Kat Shapiro Wood In Between Days

Synaesthesia is a catch-all term for an intriguing group of broad sensory phenomena where subjects perceive external elements through multiple senses. Colours are heard, sounds are felt in different parts of the body and numbers are processed as shapes. For people who experience forms of this condition, dubbed ‘synesthetes’, the external is processed in a fundamentally different way. It is a world of inherent duality.

Kat Shapiro Wood’s practice is centred around the medium of encaustic (beeswax and natural resin), and crosses the disciplines of painting, sculpture and ceramics. Her

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