Cat Clifford’s current work examines everyday movements and gestures frequently repeated in a domestic setting. These investigations often find their way into other quasi-narrative work. Recent working methods include video, animation, drawing, sculpture and performance. Her work has been exhibited at Portland Art Museum, Boise Art Museum, Arthouse, Austin, Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Seattle University’s Hedreen Gallery, among other venues. She lives in Houston, TX and Shoreline, WA with her husband and three children.
Clifford has also had her films exhibited at the Henry before, And Deer and Trees and Things: Videos by Cat Clifford. Hear Clifford’s conversation with Henry Curator, Sara Krajewski, here.
Read more about Wurm’s One Minute Sculptures HERE.