Kaitlin Ferguson graduated from Norwich School of Art in 2014 and in 2019 completed an MA at Edinburgh in order to deepen her skills and interests in the environment. Kaitlin explores the continuous dialogue humankind has with the environment, seeking to draw out new interpretations of the landscape. The methodologies and outcomes of Kaitlin’s work are multi-disciplinary and straddle several boundaries. The main divide falls between two bodies of work; representational outcomes of the landscape and site-specific outdoor sculptures. These explorations of the environment function to magnify the subtleties, fragility, power and tension in the landscape. Kaitlin has maintained a consistent interest in teaching, and is in demand for running practical workshops in several of the major museums and galleries in East England. http://katferguson.wixsite.com/kaitlinferguson2
Kaitlin is engaged in a long-term study and experiment with the tools for measuring and recording landscape. Using map-makers’ conventions such as contour lines, together with artist’s devices for shading and representing depth, she builds conceptual mountains little bit by little bit, re-assembling complex geology as different graphic experiences in the gallery.
In 2018 Kaitlin was a selected artist for Cley Contemporary, Norfolk, and made this wind installation for siting on the beach