Excursion, field research trip, 2019. Photo by Gwena Harman
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 also a practice-based PhD candidate 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 Narrative Knowing Research Conference (Plymouth 2021).
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