Katherine Waugh

Katherine Waugh is a filmmaker, writer and curator whose trans-disciplinary practice includes films such as The Art of Time (co-directed with Fergus Daly), a film essay on the complex temporalities in contemporary art, film and architecture, which has screened internationally.

Her curatorial projects include Schizo-Culture: Cracks in the Street in SPACE gallery London (with David Morris): an exhibition celebrating the 30th anniversary of the 1975 Schizo-Culture conference in New York. She was the Irish producer for Sylvère Lotringer’s film The Man Who Disappeared, based on Lotringer’s decades of writing on Artaud. Other projects curated with Lotringer include Artaud on the Beach, Showroom Gallery London, The Question Itself, South London Gallery, and Strange Relations/Relations Étrange at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris.

Her essays include a commission by Stony Road Press for an essay on Brian O’Doherty’s Structural Plays (a limited edition art book exhibited in IMMA Dublin), Delicate Yet Deadly for the book Artist-Run Europe (Pallas Projects), and most recently The Memory of Skin on artist Mary Ruth Walsh.