Born in Bamberg in Germany in 1984, Katrin Feulner studied at the Berufskolleg für Design, Schmuck und Gerät and the Hochschule in Pforzheim and was an intern with Iris Bodemer. Katrin has been awarded the Herbert Hofmann Prize in 2020, the BKV-Prize for Young applied Arts in 2017 and the ISSP Sponsorship Prize in 2015. Her work can be seen in public collections, including CODA Museum Apeldoorn, Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim and the Badisches Landesmuseum in Karlsruhe.
CUT | 2019 – 2020
CUT is the deconstruction of existing connections.
Found metal objects are cut by hand into separate shapes with individual textures.
Concatenated in rhythmic order, these parts play a game with our need for both balance and tension.
In the work CUT the inner and the outer process play a central role, hereby the act of working is just as important as the result.
relation | 2017 – 2018
Sometimes it’s not obvious, it’s only a feeling and lies in the decision, how things or pieces come together and get in touch with each other. It’s like to rise in a connection, but leave enough space for the opposite… and feel the balance between too much and too little – like an interaction.