Catriona Gallagher is a visual artist living between the UK and Greece. She holds a BA Honours in Sculpture from the University of Edinburgh and an MFA from the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford.
Through moving image, drawing, writing and installation, her work examines overlooked details at the intersection of the human and natural environments, navigating our physical surroundings and the psychological landscapes that reflect them. 

Perdikaki, which will be screened during the July 7 Terrapolis festival preview, is his first film and was awarded a special mention in the 2020 New Holland Island Short Film Competition.

Three characters search for meaning in the growth of a neglected urban plant.  The narrator pursues the plant to find the elderly woman who first collected it, but as the observations accumulate a shadowy researcher emerges. Their methods become intertwined and the focus blurs.  Is one seeking the knowledge of the Kyria or that of the Collector? And, besides the symbolic plant, do the other figures exist?