Kathleen Herbert lives and works in London. She has received several major awards from the Arts Council England South West, and British Council. Herbert’s proposals ‘A History of The Receding Horizon’ and ‘Their Land Is Our Country’ were recently selected for the ArtAngel Open Longlist and ArtAngel Open 100. Recent exhibitions include: A Light Shines in the Darkness, Film and Video Umbrella Tour, UK (2014-2015); Stable, MOBIA Museum of Biblical Art, New York (2014); Force of Nature: Picturing Ruskin’s Landscape, Millennium Museum, Sheffield, (2013); Triumph of the Will, Camberwell Space, Camberwell College of Arts, London (2013); Garden of Reason, National Trust, Ham House, London (2013); Restless Times, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Norwich (2012); Firstsite, Colchester (2012); VOLTA NY, New York, (2010).
Image Credit: Kathleen Herbert, A History Of The Receding Horizon, 2015, video still