Positioned around the rituals and sites of social interaction, MK Guth's work calls special attention to the overlooked narratives in our everyday experiences. How we orient ourselves in the larger social and spatial landscape, marks a continuation of this theme in my practice. Visitors are prompted to question where exactly the artwork exists, whether it is in the object, the performance, or somewhere more liminal in the context of the gallery space, which functions simultaneously as the site of presentation, performance, dining hall or even a tavern. An alumna of the New York University graduate school of fine arts, MK Guth has exhibited her work internationally at numerous museums, galleries and festivals. She is a founding member of the Red Shoe Delivery Service and is the recipient of several awards including, the Betty Bowen Special Recognition Award, administered by The Seattle Art Museum and a Ford Family Foundation Fellowship.