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Katie King graduated from the Animation Masters at the Royal College of Art in London as well as receiving a BA in Religion, Philosophy & Ethics from King’s College, London. Her RCA graduate film, Made For Duty Overseas (2023) has screened at festivals worldwide including Pöff, Cut-Out Fest, Manchester Animation Festival and LSFF where she won second place in her category. Her artistic practice focuses on stop-motion moving image films made using textiles in the cut-out style, as well as exploring a deeper connection to contemporary spirituality through her study and experience of tarot and energy work.

Growing up between Glastonbury, Somerset and Vancouver, Canada, King is informed by the experience of living between city and the countryside. Art and philosophy are interlinked in her career with formative experiences as co-founder of the sustainable underwear brand, Pantsu & Pantsu, and involvement in the avant-garde film project DAU by Ilya Khrzhanovsky. In addition to her visual works, she also curates events with a leaning toward arts and culture in book publishing, as well as organising embroidery workshops in London.

Katie directs and animates on a freelance basis from her studio in London. She is currently working on a new film, Not Everyone Will Be Taken Into the Future, with long-time writing collaborator Sorcha O’Sullivan, as well as developing an animated interview series for Repeater Books.

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Animation MA, Royal College of Art, London (2022 - 2023)
Religion, Philosophy & Ethics BA, King's College, London (2014-2017)
Art Foundation, Bristol School of Art, Queens Road (2012-2013)

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Instagram: @fawnakate
Substack: @katieking
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