Katrina Palmer

Katrina Palmer is Associate Professor of Fine Art at the Ruskin, and co-course leader of the MFA Programme; she is a Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall. Palmer works with storytelling, distributing fragmented elements of narrative across found sites, audio environments, printed matter and performance.

"Palmer regards this Loss Adjusters project as working with found object. She wants to point up the holes in Portland, the gradual absence of the stone, a beautiful, natural, sculptural material". – Miranda Sawyer, The Observer

Katrina Palmer's b-side Portfolio

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Project

End Matter - The Loss Adjusters

16th May30th August 2015

Portland has been shaped and hollowed out over centuries by convicts and quarrymen to provide stone for some of London’s best-known buildings, one...