Katrina Horne is an Interdisciplinary Artist working with Installation, Video and Movement, based in Bristol, UK. Her practice includes collaborative and curatorial projects. She received her MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, US; consistently ranked as No. 1 Graduate School by U.S. News and World Report.
She presented The light in the shade and the sun in the shadow in Bristol at I am Still Your Worst Nightmare, Arnolfini, and YAYW (You and Your Work). She came second for the Darbyshire Award while a Visiting Artist for the Site 07 Festival at SVA (Stroud Valleys Artspace), Stroud. Commissions include the Art Institute of Chicago, US and in the UK at Arnolfini, Watershed, Architecture Centre in Bristol and Chapter, Cardiff. In Chicago shows include the Tic Toc Performance Festival, Spareroom and Gallery 2. Her work has also shown in Europe.
She was worked extensively with Goat Island Performance Group, as a Teaching Assistant on their Summer School and in their solo teaching. She has also attended two of their Summer Schools. She has worked with numerous artists including Anne Carlson (New York, US), members from Lucky Pierre, Cuppola Bobber both (Chicago, US) and Plan B Performance (Berlin, D) Lucy Cash (UK/US) and Kira O’Reilly (London, UK). She has also worked as a Production Assistant on Dance Films with Lisa May Thomas(UK) and with performers Stephen Robbins(UK) and Shi Ke(CN). Work in collections includes the Live Arts Development Agency, London, UK.
She co-founded /co-curated Seep, a US/UK curatorial collaboration with Deva Eveland. Its mission to instigate and promote temporal, site-specific, and non-gallery based art forms. They worked with CJ Mitchell, then Executive Director at Links Hall and put on Drive By, a series of performances in and from cars. They also curated Gutted, site-specific performances and installations in a soon to be gutted building in Bucktown, Chicago.