The exhibition consists of a selection of major abstract works which discover the natural energies of her native country, Iceland. She explores human interaction with the forces of nature and takes inspiration from inventor Nikola Tesla’s idea of clean and free energy.
Katrin describes her work as explosive, with a lot of energy. Her compositions are an extension of her thoughts, in a constant state of flux, moving and flowing around endlessly. “I feel very excited about showing in London, it is one of my favorite cities and a landmark in the art world. I’m proud to present my work at JD Malat Gallery for our first show together, opening on International Women’s Day” Katrin expresses.
The title of this body of work, Grey Area, stemmed from the idea that colours are expressed through a frequency. We visually identify the extremes of this frequency range with the colours black and white, but in between these two colours there is a undiscovered area - the grey area. Katrin’s work searches all that is unseen, unsaid and unspoken.