Kathryn 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.

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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