Vlatka Horvat works across a range of forms, including sculpture, installation, drawing and performance. Focusing on the relation between the body, objects and built space in the context of the social and physical frames they inhabit, the work often probes structures, borders and edge, both material and conceptual. Recent solo exhibitions include Wilfried Lentz (Rotterdam), CAPRI (Dusseldorf), Zak|Branicka (Berlin), Galerija SC (Zagreb), Disjecta (Portland), annex14 (Zurich), Boston University Art Gallery, Rachel Uffner (NYC), Bergen Kunsthall, the Kitchen (NYC). Commissioned projects include Bard Center for Curatorial Studies (NY), Bunkier Sztuki (Krakow), Art in the Public Space (Zurich), Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Marta Herford Museum, MGLC Ljubljana, VOLT Bergen, the 53rd October Salon (Belgrade), Stroom den Haag, “Greater New York” at MoMA PS1 (NYC), the 11th Istanbul Biennale. Horvat’s work in visual art is represented by annex14 (Zurich) and Rachel Uffner Gallery (NYC). Born in Croatia and based in the US for 20 years, she currently lives in London.