03/21/19 • 28 min
Georgia Kitty Harris is a London-based printmaker and illustrator, who studied Fine Art at Kingston and did an MA in printmaking at the Royal College of Art.
Georgia's work currently uses animals as avatars to explore an interest in taxonomy. The ways in which people classify and group themselves is in a constant state of flux, and there's something she finds reassuring in the collective nouns and orders of animals. It's like an anthropomorphic representation of belonging.
While listening to the interview, please check out Kitty's artwork here as it puts it in better context.
Check out Wimbledon Art Studios here and remember to attend their next art fair in the fall!
Big thank you to Six Umbrelllas and Free Music Archives for the music!
Music: "She Does Her Best (feat. Small Colin)" by Six Umbrellas
From the Free Music Archive
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Special Guest: Georgia Kitty Harris.
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