Born and raised in the Philippines, Katrina Bello is a visual artist and curator who lives and works in the Philippines and the United States. Her works have been shaped by life experiences of natural environments encountered during the course of migration. Topics including memory, landscape, time, ecology, and geology are the subtext of her work which take form in drawings, paintings, installation, photography, and video.
She is also the curator and founder of North Willow, an artist-run attic art space in Montclair, New Jersey. It is committed to site-specific art installations, and is founded on skill and resource sharing among artists and their collaborators.