Katrina Palmer was selected as part of the 2013 Open call for proposals from Artangel and BBC Radio 4.
Palmer lives in London, where she studied sculpture at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art. Through published stories, live readings and installed recordings, she proposes extended forms of writing as sculpture. The Dark Object, published by Book Works in 2010, narrates a series of power relations in a fictional art school. Palmer's work was included in 'Mirror City' at the Hayward Gallery, London in 2014. In May 2015 her work will be included in the group show The Weight of Data at Tate Britain. In autumn 2015 she will have a one-person show at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds. Her short story Relief (A Remote Object of Thought) is in the catalogue for 'Modern British Sculpture', Royal Academy of Art, London (2011) and The Fabricator's Tale was published by Book Works in 2014.