Katie Garth is a print-based artist in Philadelphia. Her interdisciplinary work explores tedium as a coping mechanism for uncertainty, and often reflects her interests in language and independent publication. Garth has an MFA in Printmaking from the Tyler School of Art and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. She has exhibited internationally and her work has appeared in the Washington Post and Print Magazine. Garth founded Art Book Access Television and co-founded Quarantine Public Library. She is an adjunct faculty member at several Philadelphia-area universities, and manages the print shop at Princeton, where she is also a teaching assistant.