Kathrin Böhm is an artist and founding member of the London based art and architecture collective public works, and the pan-European artist initiative myvillages.org. Projects are produced collaboratively and within the public realm, and address the making and construction of public space through socio-cultural processes. Current and recent projects include the “International Village Shop” (2005 – ongoing) with new collective product developments in Coniston (Grizedale Arts, Cumbria), Höfen (Southern Germany) and Brezoi (Romania), the second round of the “Eco Nomadic School”, “Trade Show” at Eastside Projects in Birmingham (co-curated with Gavin Wade) “Good News From Nowhere” an exhibition and events programme at The Architecture Foundation in London, “Colchester Inn” commissioned by firstsite in Colchester and “Vorrastkammer (Pantry)” at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.
‘Geometries’ or built form could respond to and be informed by the socio-spatial realities of the everyday. This clearly extends from the immediate physical reality of objects or structures used in a project to include social processes which evolve through the use of spatial settings.Submission, Text