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About Catherine Borowski

Catherine’s sculptures are a commentary on society; she takes inspiration from her first hand experiences of the ‘creative industries’ and its attempt to personalise and soften an obviously corporate environment with interior design led visual devices and accents, thus creating an often paradoxical situation.

Inspired by the notion of non-places, corporate and public space, offices, surfaces, urbanisation and town planning, previous works have involved tarmac-ing a steel bench at a builder’s merchant in Nottingham, installing three-dimensional arrows clad in carpet around the open plan offices at the Sunday Mirror in London’s Canary Wharf; more recently Catherine has been observing the class system, emerging trends and interior decoration influenced by her youth growing up on a North London council estate.

Catherine’s work takes everyday occurrences and reinvents them to directly question their initial intention.