Katrina is an Artist based in London.
Her interests are located amongst meanings of agency and subject, what we consider real, scientific and surreal, and how we consistently misperceive through Photography. She is particularly intrigued by connections made between ways we digest food and images, and how they are intertwined as daily process.
She has participated in various group Exhibitions such as Altered States, St John’s Crypt, London, Surge, The Courtauld East Wing Biennial at Somerset House, London, Manpower, Lisbon, Real/ Unreal, held at Bath Photography Festival, and After Eden, LATARKA (in Correspondence with the Annual Degrowth Festival) Budapest.
Katrina is a 2020 MFA Graduate from Goldsmiths College, London.
In 2021, she presented her first Solo Exhibition Preying for Modesty (Meatheads), at PhotoAccess in Canberra. During the exhibition, Katrina Curated an online discussion with Australian women working amongst Butchery, Environmental Conservation, and Science-based Art.
Katrina runs the Project Space EquivalentBehaviour in North London, with Wojciech Kawczyk from StorqueStudios. The space is home to a Photographic Scanning studio, Workshop, and has a growing programme of Curated Performances, Exhibitions and Events.