Kate is a visual artist who as well as exhibiting widely, has worked in community arts, public art, teaching, curating, and mentoring. She has participated in group exhibitions locally, nationally, and internationally in Chile and Japan.
Kate has a strong affinity with fibre/textiles in her practice, often using low tech processes such as hand stitch and adapted basketry techniques.
Her work often draws on references from local flora and the natural world, and conveys ideas around regeneration and growth, ephemerality and place.
- Year: 2019
- Materials: Single use plastic, Pimelea Clavata, Xray film
- Size: 100 x 100 x 100 cm
- Price: $1,200
A response to the discomforting crisis we face with the current glut of single use plastic in our environment. Our human selves as vessels transformed by an imperative hope and longing for a more intelligent future.