Kate Howlett-Jones is a writer and text artist who lives in Graz. Her work is a dialogue between writing and spatial installation, with language and text as its materiality.


She has a Master's in French and Russian literature from the University of Oxford, and studied Creative Writing at the Open University UK. As a translator and proofreader she specialises in art, architectural and design criticism, books and catalogues. She also works as a cultural journalist in the field of visual arts.


In 2013 she co-founded The Daily Rhythms Collective, a group of four women artists based in Graz investigating forms of urban inclusion through art methodologies and sensitive cartographies. The collective share a studio and frequently work together on exhibitions, research projects, workshops and events.





Photo: Crystal O'Brien