Kat Wood is a multidisciplinary artist whose work addresses the relationship between the back-to-the-land movement, working northern hill farms, self-publishing and analogue printing techniques. 

The narrative of her work often focuses on a new understanding of the rural as a place of cultural production, through skill sharing workshops, performances and publications. She works with traditional making methods, such as felting, weaving and hand-spinning wool, to create functional objects using agricultural by-products. She explores challenging the conventional understanding of craft, viewing it as a something that resists capitalism. 

The ultimate aim is to promote minimising waste produce and sustainable sourcing, as well as creating direct links between producers and consumers, creating a fairer price for both farmers, growers and makers. 

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