c3 Contemporary Art Space
Catalogue Essay by Alistair Baldwin
"Much like Janus, Katie Paine’s practice exists on the bridge - the bridge between artist and writer, writer and curator, curator and artist. Chronophobia is fiction embodied, through text and through material, refusing to exist neatly as either short story, art, curated collection or set design. There’s an irony in her resistance to easy taxonomy - unlike the artefacts and archives she feasts on to create her work, she’s difficult to put in a jar, label, place on a particular shelf among a particular group of peers, and retrieve when needed."
You can read the full catalogue essay here