Katrine Hoff (b. 1993) is a danish multidisciplinary artist currently working and living in London. Hoff holds a BFA in Photography from HDK-Valand Academy of Art and Design and an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art. Within her work she examines the evolution of the post-human body and the spaces which it inhabits. Central to her practice are feminist discourses and critical theory concerning ecology, post-humanism, virtual reality and science fiction. Her work sits in between photography, sculpture, performance and installation questioning the role of photography in the 21st century. Hoff has exhibited various places in Copenhagen, Gothenburg and London such as Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Röda Sten Konsthall and Southwark Park Galleries. Her latest exhibitions include ‘CopyCat’ (2021) a site-specific solo show at Konstepidemin, Gothenburg and ‘FEED ME FOREVER’ (2022) an upcoming solo show at Springbrættet 6a, Copenhagen.
25-30 June, ‘RCA Graduate Show, 2022’. Royal College of Art, London, United Kingdom.
12-22 August, ‘FEED ME FOREVER’. Springbrættet 6a, Copenhagen, Denmark.
15-19 August, ‘After The Waiting Room’. Copeland Gallery, London, United Kingdom.