Kathrin has been working internationally as an artist on public realm projects since 1993, and in collaborative settings since 1996. She is a founding member of public works and the artist initiative myvillages.org. Her immediate involvement with public works stopped in 2012. She is currently working on the continuation of a number of longer-term projects such as the International Village Shop, Rhyzom/Eco-Nomadic-School and her ongoing work in Höfen and with myvvillages.org.
For updates on new projects see www.andmillionsandmillions.net (to be fully launched in July 2012).
Her teaching and research work includes an AHRC Research Fellowship at the School of Art and Design, University of Wolverhampton and running Inter 10 at the Architectural Association School of Architecture together with Andreas Lang.
Her work with public works includes:
Park Products Brochure, GO TAPE IT, FIRST EVER VILLAGE KIOSK PRODUCT CATALOGUE, FEMINISM IS ON THE AGENDA - Follow up* discussion, FEMINISM IS ON THE AGENDA, BIG MOMENTS, Christiania and Christiania Researcher in Residence (CRIR), On the search for the Research Centre, Mapping onsite & online, Architecture as Extended Social Space, Mapping Relational Spaces, setting a setting (FS_13), setting a setting, Can you show me the space, works we likew to show and questions we ask ourselves, In the Midst of Things, URBAN ACT. A handbook for alternative practices, Who is building what, Support Structures, RSA Art for Architecture, Open space. Art in the public realm in London 1995 – 2005, Nought to Sixty. 60 projects, 6 months, DIY Regeneration, Museum Van Nagsael (11 years, 132 exhibitions), ATLAS. Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdipendent World, Base & Awesome, Contemporary Art. From Studio to Situation, Curating in the 21st century, DesignArt, Folkestone Triennal. Tales of Time and Spaces, Future Gallery, Group Process, Kultur. Kunst. Arbeit. Perspektiven eines neuen Transfers, Kunst und Bau. Profil, Programm, Prozess und Publikum, Parasite Paradise, Publish And Be Damned, Sodio y asfalto. Arte británico contemporáneo en México / Sodium & Asphalt. Contemporary British Art in Mexico, Speaking & Listening (Volume 3), The cat came as a tomato, Trans-Local-Act. Cultural practices within and across, Triangle. Variety of experience around artists' workshops and residencies, Two Minds. Artists and Architects in Collaboration, Urban Miracles / Urban Wunder, Stand Aside, Locating the Producers