Patrick Koziol received a B.A. in Chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis in 2003 and an M.F.A. from the University in Delaware. His work emphasizes material investigation and experimentation to explore how form is created through repetition and iteration. Examining the aesthetic possibilities of processes such as dripping, seeping, layering, congealing and accumulating, he uses a variety of media to imply loose narratives centered on notions of entropy and its manifestations in contemporary environments. He has a strong interest in artist-run non-profit organizations and how they can create welcoming, exciting, and thought-provoking experiences in their communities. He was involved previously as a volunteer at The Soap Factory in his hometown of Minneapolis. He currently resides in Philadelphia and works in a stone sculpture studio.
Past work at Little Berlin:
February 2014: Never Like It Is Now November 2013: The Citywide Collections Project September 2013: Some Transliterations