Catherina de Klerk
Catharina de Klerk explores themes of transience and transformation in watercolour depictions of natural objects and small-scale installations incorporating found objects. Her artistic practice is concerned with the connection between people’s experience of life as fragile and the destructive effect of human actions on the environment. Recently she helped co-curate the Romancing the Stone (2022) exhibition at the KZNSA Gallery. Catharina holds a Master of Arts degree in History of Art from the North-West University. Her research interests include ecocriticism, memory studies and materiality, with a particular focus on the depiction of ecological issues in contemporary South African art, including in her own art.
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