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Katrina Wolfe (born 1986) is an American Butoh dancer, installation artist, costume designer, sculptor, painter, and Seattle, Washington. She is known for performing with her installations of collected organic or recycled material. She has frequently collaborated with photographer Dmitry Artamonov and composer Joey Largent. Katrina studied Butoh with Joan Laage and Atsushi Takenouchi. She is the director of Studio Ma, a performance space in Seattle's University District.
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