Katie Holden is concerned with challenging the relationships of art objects as they move through different interfaces. Her interdisciplinary practice is driven by recontextualization and reimaginations of space and balance.
This attraction, or friction, has led her to make paintings—which eventually evolve into sculptures, which in turn support digital prints of the sculptures captured through screenshots. Each work questions its existence, not only within the studio space but also within digital space.
These mutations, configurations, and multiples offer a critique of singularity as well as assessing place.
Katie attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (BFA 2012) and is currently pursuing an MFA in Contemporary Art Practice at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon.
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