Kate Street

Kate Street is a British artist living and working in Southsea, UK. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art (2004) she has worked as an artist, curator and lecturer throughout the UK and beyond. Her work tends to question the boundaries between disciplines and classifications, predominantly through drawing and collage. Recent work has also evolved around Bruno Latour’s We Have Never Been Modern; exploring relationships between nature and culture. Recent exhibitions include: When Our Lips Speak Together, James Hockey Gallery, UCA Farnham - Revolver:R, UCA Farnham Galleries and Hours Gallery, Bristol (2017) - Pink is a Problem, Make Space, Portsmouth (2015) - In Dreams, Cob Gallery, London, UK (2013) - The Future is Now, Torrance Art Museum, California, USA (2012) - She Devil, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome, Italy (2011) - Drawing Lines, Schubbe Projects, Dusseldorf, Germany (2009) - Flower Power, Centro Ricerca Arte Attuale, Italy (2009) - Darkness Visible, Galway Arts Centre, Ireland (2009). Past Residencies include: Artist's Studio Residency, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales  (2011) - Helsinki International Artist's Program, Suomenlinna, Helsinki, Finland (2010).


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