Kat Huber is a photographer that works in urban environments to decipher realities. Whilst studying at Goldsmiths, she explored concepts such as the floating present and the passage of time by photographing abandoned and decayed environments. Her photographs are often blurred, in an attempt to record a flash of the momentarily real.
Since leaving Goldsmiths she has focused on creating images that reflect on the (in)visible characteristics of her subjects’ identities. She often makes use of the surrealist approach of perceiving and reacting to her environment to read and retrieve that, which is hidden above the surface of the real.