Katherina has been making solo and collaborative performance work since 2005.
Katherina now works mostly collaboratively with Alister Lownie and their performance laboratory //|Two Destination Language. The company has been a resident artist at Salisbury Arts Centre since 2011. In 2016 Two Destination Language became a charitable incorporated organisation with number 1165934.
As a solo performance artists past work includes
Fallen Fruit- now here, now gone (2011) visited ICIA University of Bath, Colchester Arts Centre, Salisbury Arts Centre, Z Arts, Manchester as part of Word of Warning series.
Native Birds (2009) was developed at the Watermill Centre for Performance, New York (as an awarded residency) and performed at Artsadmin, The Albany and the Arts 4 Human Rights Festival (all London), Pilot (Birmingham), The Showroom (Chichester), The Basement (Brighton) and Chapter Arts Centre (Cardiff). In 2009 she was awarded a Rules and Regs professional development residency at South Hill Park, Bracknell where she devised Kitty has no Pity – The Art of not giving up is a performance and a video work about unfulfilled childhood dreams At Pay South Hill Park (2012) and Hazard Manchester (2012). Earlier work includes Part and Parcel (2008) about lost rituals and traditions – Artsadmin (London); Water into Wine (2007) about folklore’s extinction – National Review of Live Art, Glasgow; Settling Dirt(2006) – East End Collaborations, Insomnia Bargehouse, London and Expo, Nottingham.
Katherina teaches and leads workshops in devising performance techniques to a range of participants from primary school pupils to peer group artists.
Katherina was a 2006 Artsadmin Bursary Recipient.
For any of Katherina’s solo performances or Two Destination Language’s work, tour dates and any further information please go to www.twodestinationlanguage.com