Kathleen Herbert uses the medium of performance and documentary to question and engage with the historical and contemporary functions of space.
Herbert's work has encompassed sculpture, video and installation, investigating history and social politics through the details of individual experience and the everyday.
Kathleen Herbert lives and works in London. She has received several major awards from the Arts Council England South West, British Council and Bristol O'Porto Association. In 2005 she was nominated for the Becks Futures Award and has recently been awarded a development bursary from Film & Video Umbrella. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally, including Sint Lukas Gallery, Brussels 2008; Auckland Triennial 2004; Out of Site, Arnolfini 2004; Time & Again, Crawford Gallery, Cork 2003; The Heimlich/Unheimlich, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne 2002; SCAPE, Art & Industry Biennial, Christchurch 2002; BOP, Gallery Caldeira 213, Porto 2001 and The Silk Purse Procedure, Arnolfini & Spike Island, Bristol 2001.
Kathleen Herbert is represented by Danielle Arnaud contemporary art, London.