Her research fixates on
questioning the representation of photography, and it’s meaning as object and
collective form. She is interested in consumption, and making connections
between food and images; their digestion and representation, source and
distribution, and entwining as daily process.
Katrina’s work manifests
through her making process, whether it’s utilising found or expired paper
stocks, experimenting in the darkroom, facilitating chemigrams, or creating
pinhole cameras (and placing them covertly in public). Found material is often
her starting point, and can range from objects, X-rays, 16mm film, food waste
and packaging, to discarded photographic materials and negatives found at
commercial labs in London.
exhibitions include: Un/Sense, Christie's, London (2022) On Food, Conviviality
and Cultures, Millepiani, Rome (2023) Transmutation, The Margate School,
Margate (2023) the MFA Graduate Show at Goldsmiths, London, (2020) SURGE, the
Courtauld East Wing Biennial, at Somerset House, London (2019) and Altered
States, St Johns Crypt, London (2019). Solo Exhibitions include Preying for
Modesty (Meatheads), at PhotoAccess in Canberra, Australia (2021).