Cat Bagg is an artist and curator based in Cornwall.

Her work deals with the psychological possession of geographical space, often responding to the layers of human meaning and integral histories of sites. Examining history in a non-linear fashion and considering the past as a continuum in which concepts recur.

Exhibition History

2015 Digital Artists’ Films
The Cornwall Film Festival, CMR Gallery, Redruth
2014 Liminal Residency Exhibition
TAP, Southend

Who Are CMR
CMR Gallery, Redruth

2012 En Route
Stratford, London
Commission for the stairway of a multistory carpark in Stratford as part of an audio tour produced by ‘One step at a time like this’ for the Theatre Royal Stratford East.
2010 I.W. + 1
HIVE Projects, 8-10 Greatorex Street, Whitechapel
Valentines exhibition showing pairs of artists work in dialogue.

Idle Women
HIVE Projects, 8-10 Greatorex Street, Whitechapel
A group show with new works from Cat Bagg, Lise Hovesen, Poppy Jones, Niamh Riordan, Gabriele Beveridge, and Rose O’Gallivan with an opening night performance from Antonia Clare Grant.
2009 Everything Must Belong
Lauderdale House, Highgate
Group show curated by Charlotte Bradford

Here We Stand, part of Happidrome 3
The old radar station, Goonhilly Downs, Lizard, Cornwall
One day site specific video installation in the disused WW2 radar station on Goonhilly Downs.

Lewisham Arts House, South London
An exhibition of sculpture which deliberately employs meager means.

Requiem for a Bridge
T1+2 Gallery, off site programme Blackfriars Bridge, London
2007 Another Roadside Attraction
The Griffin, Shoreditch, London
Film Screening

Concrete Hole You Clench My Soul
Part of Revolver, PZ Gallery Penzance

Second Chamber Show X-posure
Part of Revlover, PZ Gallery Penzance
A series of exhibitions featuring established and emerging artists based in Cornwall. Curated by Jesse Leroy Smith and Volker Stox.

Sunrise with Sea Monsters
Trinity Buoy Wharf, near Canning Town, London
Self-organised exhibition with fellow graduates of Falmouth School of Art

Flannel 7
Artist Film and Video, Woodlane, Falmouth

2006 Flannel 6
Artist Film and Video, Woodlane, Falmouth

Level 2
Falmouth Arts Centre, Church Street
Group Exhibition, showcasing second year BA work from students at Falmouth School of Art
2004 Direction
Lethaby Gallery, Southampton Row, CSM
Curated selection of work by alumni of Central Saint Martins