Kristina Horne

Kristina Horne’s (lives and works in London and New York) large scale sculptural works explore the relationships between belief, transcendence, mortality, and selfhood. Her work navigates the surreal space of the ‘in-between’ and evokes sentiments of detachment, loss and desire. As her vessel, she uses the body by inference, either shown in fragmented parts or in liquid form, often illusively melting away like drops of rain, engaging in the notion of the body’s passage through time and space.

Recent exhibitions include Transcendental Thresholds, Crypt Gallery, London (2018); Broad Strokes, Pen and Brush, New York (2016); WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London (2016); SAW Open Studios, Carbondale, USA (2015); and Constructed, Collaged, Combined, and Congruent, Gallery Portege NY, New York (2014). The artist has also completed two residencies, the Vermont Studio Centre Residency, Sculpture, Vermont (2014) and School of Visual Arts Summer Residency, Painting and Mixed Media, New York (2013).