Excerpt from Akrasia (2015) Collaborative text with School of the Event Horizon. Published in EROS Journal, Edition VI


Kate Pickering is an artist who lives and works in London. Writing forms the basis of her practice, which is realised through installation, drawing and video. Pickering graduated from Goldsmiths College in 2009 with an MFA in Art Practice, and has exhibited nationally and internationally. She collaborates with Steven Ounanian and Emily Rosamond as the School of the Event Horizon (SOTEH), who collectively produce text, performance, video and sculpture, and deliver public writing workshops. Additionally, Pickering founded and continues to run Peer Sessions with Charlotte Warne Thomas, a non-profit group for postgraduate and professional artists, incorporating screenings, exhibitions, residencies and discussions.


3pm 25th June 2016 - Presentation on Peer Sessions and round table discussion on Collaborative Practice after University @ Hoxton Arches, 402 Cremer Street, London E2 8HD. Part of Verge, B.A. Photography Degree Exhibition, University of Portsmouth

September 2016 - Commencing MPhil/ PhD practice- based research within the Fine Art Department at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Proposed title: The potentials of reader disorientation within object narratives. Supervised by Dr. Kristen Kreider.