Exaggerated gestures form the grounds of London-based Katie Pratt's paintings. Sometimes fluid, sometime viscous, paint is often poured on or thrown at the canvas. Occasionally, dried residue from earlier work, or palette shavings, are scattered on the surface. Prominent and recurrent features within the background are identified and classified according to a set of conceived criteria that are mentally archived. The grooves of brushstrokes may be demarcated in a contrasting colour, for instance, or similar flecks are linked in a chain. These details lend to her work being an overall reflection on how humans organise, socially and politically.