Catherine Bagg works in a range of media exploring the idea of home and the transformation of buildings into psychological spaces of memory, comfort and familiarity.  As well as investigating confabulation  "the disappearance of minutiae of experience from true memory, which leaves behind a select number of mnemonic details around which the experience is reconstructed in the mind".

Bagg currently lives and works in London.

Recent exhibitions include:  

'Requiem for a Bridge' 2009  

‘Another Roadside Attraction’ 2007 

 ‘Concrete Hole you Clench my Soul’ 2007


Falmouth College of Arts - Fine Art BA Hons 2007  

Central Saint Martins - Foundation 2003