Kate Price (she/her) is an artist from Naarm (Melbourne), Australia. Within her practice is a curiosity towards the manoeuvres we make singularly and collectively within our environs. Drawing from her upbringing on a horticultural farm in Australia, her activities at communal gardens in Rotterdam and gardening adventures carried out solo and with friends, she is presently considering how gardening practices can facilitate moments of exchange, reciprocity and relationship fostering.
She is interested in the divergent stories and knowledges that embed themselves in these moments, where actions, spoken words, reflectivity, history and memory intermingle. Different perspectives being woven together, sat alongside each other across temporalities, seeding thoughts in a sometimes clear, other times murky pool of navigation.
Her works take form through means of present gestures and gathering and reflecting sensibilities, existing materially at times through painting, drawing, installation building, sound, writing and ceramics. Projects have been shown in group and solo presentations in Australia, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden, at both institutional galleries, artist run spaces and experimental site specific contexts.
Photography by Xiaofeini Liu, Steven Maybury and Kate Price