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Bay Area artist, Kim Turos, works in a wide range of materials and processes including sculpture, installation, video, and drawing. Collective and personal memory are also at the heart of the work of Kim Turos, whose former career as a landscape architect and marriage to the physicist John Gilleland have led her to focus on the increasingly delicate symbiosis of nature and society. Many of her works deal with the mutual forces of natural and man-made environments.


Kim Turos’ installation was included in the Headlands 40th Anniversary Book along with several other distinguished artists. Turos was an Artist in Residence in 2001. 

Her installation is included on page 323:
Cellula, 2001
Sculptural, multimedia, and living installation
Part of the Forces of Nature Series, supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts