Katarina Burin is an artist based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Burin’s artwork includes sculpture, drawing, text, and installation. Burin’s artistic practice takes variable forms and is profoundly informed by the history of architecture with a particular emphasis on female architects and historical documentation. Katarina has recently received a Now+There Public Art grant, a Graham Foundation grant, and was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Recent solo exhibitions include Providence College Galleries, Anthony Greaney, Usdan Gallery at Bennington College, Neubauer Collegium of the University of Chicago, and ViPer in Prague. Burin is currently lecturer at Harvard’s Art, Film and Visual Studies department and will be a fall 2020 fellow at the Iaspis Residency program in Stockholm. Stay where you are until something else happens, a collaborative exhibition with Farhad Mirza is scheduled for the fall of 2020 at Significant Other in Vienna.