Part of Catherine’s art practice is focused on creating Artwalk events, where groups of people are invited to participate in urban walks and to join in the discussion she leads, in critically evaluating social and cultural issues in their urban context.
SEEKING REFUGIA (2022)
Catherine was invited to participate in a walking art project based at Five Years Gallery in north London. Catherine is collaborating with artist Bettina Fung in experimenting with different forms of walking, based around the theme of REFUGIA. See http://www.fiveyears.org.
TRACKING SURVEILLANCE in Kings Cross, London (2020)
We are living in an Age of Surveillance Capitalism, according to the writer Shoshana Zuboff. During a group walk in King’s Cross London, Catherine explored the role of surveillance through CCTV and our mobile phones, as both turn us into living “trackers” for data capture. See Catherine’s Tracking Surveillance art project.
POWERPLAY IN LONDON (2020)
The focus of this walk is to investigate the role of power of particular institutions situated in Central London, and the narratives evolving from the ambitions of self-made professional educators.
TOURING LINCOLN’S INN FIELDS (2019)
This Artwalk took place as part of the “London Festival of Architecture” which occurred throughout June, 2019. This hour-long walk took place around Lincoln’s Inn Fields, visiting its urban spaces and the sites of landmark buildings
A SELECTION OF POSTCARDS BY CATHERINE HARRINGTON presented at Touring Lincoln’s Inn Fields.