Katy B Plummer has a video, performance and installation practice. Her work is densely autobiographical and springs from a place of theatrical, folkloric narrative. She uses the grand sweep of west-, euro- and male-centric history as a kind of raw material, pulling it apart and sorting its threads, repurposing cultural forms, attempting to pose and occasionally answer her own private sweaty existential questions. She is interested in personal revolution, violence and witchcraft as legitimate political strategies, and she uses the aesthetics of high-school theatre productions and domestic textiles as energetic containers for volatile ideological material and unstable emotional assemblages.
Join us for dress ups and high drama as Katy takes over @softspaceari 18 November - 2 December