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KATRINA VIRGONA

Night Shift

Katrina Virgona wafta twenty five + image

Techniques: Stitch, felt, applique
Materials: Wire, fabric, wool, hair
Dimensions (cms): H – 90, W – 100, D – 3
Photographer: Ben Joel

Inspired by the ritualistic collection and containment of hair, this family of forms further extends my interest in the creation of memorial objects and personal keepsakes.

Katrina Virgona works three dimensionally with a diverse range of materials including paint, wire, wood, fur, hair, felt, various fibres and fabrics. She has completed two Bachelor degrees majoring in psychology and visual arts. Katrina has been teaching at Curtin University since 2002, and she also conducts textile workshops in local communities.

Wafta twentyFIVE + crossover
on-line catalogue

includes essay by Erin Coates, Wafta history, images and statements from artists on the 42 art-works exhibited

wafta exhibition catalogue