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Horne was the co-director of Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto (2005 - 2015), the founding editor at TUSSLE magazine (2013 - present), and curator at  Tussle Projects (2020-present). Horne is currently the registrar and collections manager at Craig Starr Gallery, New York, and was previously the registrar at FreedmanArt, New York (2018 - 2023) and the assistant director at Zurcher Gallery, New York/Paris (2017-2018).

Horne was a student of NYC Crit Club (2020) and previously graduated from the University of Windsor, Communications (2000), StClair, Windsor, Journalism (1999), George Brown, Toronto, Digital Media (2003), Ontario College of Art and Design University, Toronto, Design (2009).

Past gallery representation; SB Contemporary, Windsor (2016 - 2019); selected exhibitions; The Active Space, Brooklyn, On the Edge of the Infinite: Part I (August 2023), Spring/Break, LA (2023), Spring/Break, NY (2022) Field Projects, NY, Zoonotic Hex (2022), Jason McCoy Gallery, New York, From Dark to Light, (2020) to be here, One Ten Park Gallery, Windsor (2017), NUIT BLANCHE, Toronto (2015), CONTACT Photography Festival, Toronto (2011 - 2013), River of Shadows, Gallery 44, Toronto (2012) Awards; FREE SPACE | Self Directed Residency, Arts Council Windsor & Region (2017)

"Horne is establishing a cultural assertion, one that calls attention to both similarities and contrasts, through things that linger in mind. It is a kind of survival. One says “survival” because authenticity is losing ground fast in the face of technology, the refusal to acknowledge art history, and overpopulation. There is no answer but to illustrate the decline. If we understand that we are now overwhelmed by goods, Horne’s implied judgment of the dangers of gilt trappings warns her audience that more is less. It is a weighted admonition." -Jonathan Goodman

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