Category Archives: Deborah Paulsen

Deborah Paulsen investigates the visual relationship of cultural and natural objects, through painting and installation. Her work emphasizes the exploration texture and form with invented sensual surfaces.

*ICI Projects:
The Manual of Lost Ideas
AIDS Bottle Project
AIDS Chronicles; Painting and Book Cover Design 2000
Intermediately Connected Installation at ICI (2005-2008)
Searching for Sebald — Artist Edition


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Geuen Hors  On display in the Library and Terri Valli Trotter Study Room September 30 2013 – January 31 2014   “Trojan Horse” “Gift-Horse” “Horseplay” “If wishes were horses…” “Straight from the horse’s mouth” Though they no longer function as an … Continue reading

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ICI Associate in Exhibition


ICI Associate Deborah Paulsen in exhibition, Glorious California: The Lay of Its Land, November 2 – December 21, 2013 at La Galeria Gitana.

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Searching for Sebald (Artist Edition)


The Limited Artist edition is an edition of 75 with 25 artist proofs. Suitcases are available as a premium to members and supporters who contribute to the Institute in the amount of $1,000 USD. Each suitcase is a unique object … Continue reading

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