unvergessen, solo exhibition, 2022
at Trixie, The Hague NL
Katherine Cook is an anthropological archaeologist specialising in an eclectic mix of digital technology, transatlantic history, and public heritage and is based in Montreal, Canada. Her research explores the material manifestations of memory and heritage practices in the modern era; this involves reconstructing social memory and material history, particularly in the transatlantic worlds of the UK, Barbados, and Canada.
She holds a BA (Hons.) in History & Anthropology (2009) and an MA in Anthropology (2011) at McMaster University (Hamilton, Canada), and a PhD in Archaeology (2017) from the University of York (York, UK)