Katja Felle (Slovenia) is a visual artist working in the field of painting, art education and artistic work with social groups and institutions. She holds a degree from the Academy of Fine arts and Design at the University of Ljubljana and a master degree from the Universität der Künste in Berlin. Her works and projects have been presented in many solo and selected group exhibitions, including Alkatraz Gallery, Ljubljana; BELLEPARAIS_raum für kunst, Munich; Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź; Koroška Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Slovenj Gradec; Künstlerhaus Klagenfurt; Municipal Gallery of Nova Gorica; Museum of Modern Art MG+MSUM, Ljubljana; Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin; nGbK - neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin; TURBA Gallery, Hannover; Velenje Gallery, etc. Her works are also included in public and private collections in Slovenia, Austria, and Germany. The artist works in Slovenia and France.
Felle's artistic practice focuses around painting and media art. She investigates, stores, appropriates, and transforms visual references that she collects from the world of media to create new forms and images. She is interested in the content people consume and share as well as the shapeshifting of visual material depending on the context in which it is situated. In certain segments of her practice, Katja Felle is also interested in textile art. For her project Stop-Sew-Reset she received a bronze award at the prestigious 17th International Triennial of Tapestry in Łódź, Poland in 2022. For the artist, weaving is a metaphor for living and creating, through which people interact with others and transmit knowledge.