Katie Revilla is a sculptor and installation artist with a focus in textiles. Her work addresses the relationship between bodies and how structures conceptualize ideas of holding, conforming, and constraining in order to retain power. She examines the multiple structures that fabric maintains on a physical level, such as weaving, mending, and wearing, along with its inherent social status and ideas of labor and production. She completed her B.A. in Art Practice at the University of California, Berkeley in 2017 with Honors. There she received the Lauren Krikorian Award and a Certificate of Excellence in Sculpture. Her work has been shown throughout the U.S., and included in exhibitions at Southern Exposure, SF; Root Division, SF; New Wight Gallery, LA; Marin MOCA, Novato; Peninsula Museum of Art, Burlingame; Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley; Omi Gallery, Oakland; American Steel Studios, Oakland; B4BEL4B Gallery, Oakland; SOMArts, SF; Knockdown Center, NY; among others. Her work has been published in various journals, catalogues, and books including KQED Arts, The UC Berkeley Arts+Design Showcase Issue 02, The Berkeley Fiction Review, ONX Season 03 Copper and MatchBox Magazine. She currently lives in Oakland, California.