Catriona Stamp’s practice examines the interactions between people and site or environment, using whatever medium is appropriate to interpret the ideas. She has worked in a wide variety of media, from coffin painting and banner making, to illustration, paper sculpture, print, sound and artists books, with her main period of artistic activity starting in the mid 1980s. In 2006-7 she received an Arts Council grant for a hand-made book project, and an AA2A placement in the Print Department, UCLan. She studied on the MA in Fine Art Site and Archive course at UCLan in 2010 and has exhibited in group and solo shows across the UK.
Normandy Jacket, 2012, from the series (Dis) Placement, paper sculpture.
Forced Journeys; Dispersal of the Smetana Family, 2013, collograph.