Kathrin Böhm


Photo courtesy of Julia Rössner © 2016

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. Current and recent projects include Company Drinks, an art work in the shape of a community drinks enterprise, the International Village Show at Museum for Contemporary Art Leipzig, monthly “Haystacks” events, “Trade Show” at Eastside Projects, Birmingham and R-Urban, Paris (co-curated with Gavin Wade), Good News From Nowhere at The Architecture Foundation in London and I am a Shop Communal Knowledge Programme, The Showroom, London.

public works is a London based art and architecture practice, working within and towards public space. All public works projects address the question how the public realm is shaped by its various users and how existing dynamics can inform further proposals. I’m a founding member and have been closely involved from 1999 to 2012.

myvillages is an international artist initiative, founded in 2003 by Kathrin Böhm, Wapke Feenstra and Antje Schiffers. The interest of is the rural as a space for and of cultural production.