At the age of six, with her grandmother’s permission, Catharine tagged the departing linoleum of her Riverdale kitchen. An enormous horizontal fresco gave birth to writing all over the place. Lefthanded and insistant, at age 7, Catharine threw a fit at her teacher to get a desk that did not ask her to bind her left hand to her wrist in order to write. Charming the girl.
For several years, aerian gestures gave birth to poetic licensing, separate and apart, like church and state. Today, the two meld, running along windows, walls, drawings and you if you don’t move fast enough.