About

 

Katrina Wolfe is a performance artist, sculptor and teacher. From 2006 to 2015 she studied and later taught figurative sculpture. In 2009 she was introduced to butoh, and three years later began to study it seriously. She worked with Joan Laage in Seattle, and in Europe took several intensive workshops with Atsushi Takenouchi, and one with Daisuke Yoshimoto. The films of butoh founder Tatsumi Hijikata and his company further inspired Katrina, and influenced her style of movement. Most of 2016 Katrina spent in India continuing her butoh exploration, traveling, and studying Iyengar yoga. Upon returning she began practicing Vipassana meditation, which has become the foundational aspect of her life. Vipassana is the undercurrent that connects her various practices and clarifies their purpose. Katrina presently lives in Sumner, Washington, teaches butoh weekly, and performs regularly at a variety of indoor and outdoor locations.