Excursion, film still, 2019
Kate is an artist who works with sound, film, animation and drawing, building speculative narratives which explore our era of unavoidable climate catastrophe. Kate is a recent recipient of an Arts Council England Develop Your Creative Practice Award (2018 – 2019), is a founding member of Cine Sisters South West, a collaborative group for female-identifying members who work with film, and also co-founded Smooth Space an artist-led collective and peer support network which has initiated arts projects in partnership with a number of regional and national organisations.
Kate is a practice-based PhD researcher with the School of Art, Design and Archtecture, Plymouth University and has recently had work published in ‘The Ecological Citizen’, a peer-reviewed ecocentric journal [Vol 3 No 1. www.ecologicalcitizen.net] and her essay The Problem of Being the Problem: Expanded Notions of Field Working in the Making of Diapsid is published in THEOREM 2018: Cambridge, UK: Ruskin Arts. Forthcoming talks include Phytogenesis Symposium (Plymouth University 2021), and water~marks Research Symposium (Plymouth 2021).
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