I’m thrilled to announce my work FOMO Purple and Green will be on view during the Endless Editions Biennial: OPTIMISM on view from December 7th - 21st at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space.
Friday December 7th 6 - 9 PM
EFA Project Space, 323 West 39th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018
Wednesday - Saturday, 12:00 - 6:00 pm or by appointment
Admission Read More
Free and open to the public
I’m excited to announce my work FOMO Banner 5 will be hanging proudly amongst great company at La Bodega Gallery’s end of the year group show small/MIGHTY.
December 7th, 2018 – January 5th, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, December 7, 7-10pm
695 5th Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11215 Read More
I have work featured in this group exhibition, NIGHT CALL, amongst some other wonderful artists at Public Address Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.
Show opens on December 2 and runs until January 14th 2018 Read More
To Work was Katie Hector's first solo performance at Underdonk Gallery October 2017
In this performance Hector explored what it means to work, to create and if an object’s preciousness can be measured in time spent, physical or emotional energy expended, or materials used. Hector set out to test various modes of mark making by responding to an array of industrial materials and tools. In this durational performance the artist publically presented the intimate decision-making process otherwise only visible in the confines of her studio. Read More
Rel(a)y was a collaborative performance between Denise Treizman, Patricia Brace, and Katie Hector as part of larger performance event Art in Odd Places 2017
For this participatory performance passersby were prompted to help "schlepp" a PVC-pipe sculpture through the sidewalks of 14th Street. The act of pushing this large and flashy object disrupted the routine of those around it and generated a moment of pause, curiosity and public interaction. Strangers were brought together in an action that was absurd, yet relatable to any New Yorker. Read More
The action also referred to Treizman's personal experience as an artist who uses found objects, in terms of the logistical struggles and spontaneous interactions that dragging an unexpected object on the street provoke.
PICTURE BERLIN Summer Session 2017 is proud to present the final exhibition: Groß F(r)ictions Read More
Showcasing new work by our current residents:
Hannah Bates (US)
Nati Canto (BR)
Haleigh Collins (US)
Ella Cooper (CA)
Katie Hector (US)
Ryan Molnar (US)
Tassia Quirino (BR)
Stevie Southard (US)
Holly Veselka (US)
The exhibition is curated by Teena Lange.
Fact is stranger than f(r)iction. Truth is stranger than f(r)iction.
Without f(r)iction, objects would be unable to gain traction on any surface. One would need to push something to get motion in opposite direction. Shoelaces would untie themselves, zippers would always unzip (unless they were upside-down), nails and screws would work themselves loose, and thriving as we know it would be impossible. In other words: there would be no resistance as the meteorite entered Earths atmosphere. F(r)iction creates heat. Great f(r)iction embrace great f(r)iction.
Be brave being great.
I have a sculpture in Para-Verbal Vocab on view during this year's SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW in room 2318, March 1-6 Read More