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Kristina Horne

MA work

Altar-cation Series

The Altar-cation Series is a play on religious themes confronting secular contemporary constructs. It draws on the embodied idea of existence and the human agency between the present and metaphysical realm. Symbolically using the body's corporeal transition process, the series presents the viewer with an offer of a challenging viewpoint. 


  • MA Degree


    School of Humanities


    MA Sculpture, 2017

  • I am interested in the idea of the embodied existence, questioning consciousness and connection. Revisiting areas of religious information that affirm a rejection of material approaches, my research aims to highlight areas of human vulnerability and how they play out in contemporary society. I challenge the viewer to think past secular constructs, even if for a moment, and to think in un-annihilated terms. 

  • Degrees

  • BS, Economics and Finance, Bentley University, 2007
  • Exhibitions

  • Broad Strokes, Pen and Brush, NY, NY 2016; RCA & ECA Show, Edinburgh Sculpture Court, Edinburgh, 2016; WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2016; The Drawing Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2015; Constructed, Collaged, Combined, and Congruent, Gallery Protégé NY, NY, 2014; School of Visual Arts Summer Residency Show, NY, NY, 2013; National Academy School, Student Exhibition, NY, NY,2013