Approved: 02.12.2009

Kate Elliott

Artist, Gallery educator

Archived
Approved: 02.12.2009

Kate Elliott is a London-based freelance photographer and visual artist.

Kate’s work has been exhibited and published internationally, including at The National Portrait Gallery, and The Photographers’ Gallery, London.

Much of Kate’s work explores ideas surrounding identity and representation, with process and transformation playing an important role. Through her work she raises questions about

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Artist Statement

Kate Elliott is a London-based freelance photographer and visual artist. Kate’s work has been exhibited and published internationally, including at The National Portrait Gallery, and The Photographers’ Gallery, London. Much of Kate’s work explores ideas surrounding identity and representation, with process and transformation playing an important role. Through her work she raises questions about the relationship between the self and other, the public and private, and the natural and built environments. Kate has begun, increasingly, to incorporate moving image, sound and object-based work into her practice. She is interested in exploring the relationship between the different mediums, and in examining how they can be used to differing effects. Kate is also one half of artist collaboration KEEM.

CV & Education

Education

 

2008-2010

MA Photography, London College of Communication, University of the Arts

2002-2003

Certificate in Professional Photography Practice, London College of Printing (now London

College of Communication)

1998-2002

BA (Hons) Scandinavian Studies, Upper Second Class Degree (2:1), University College

London

 

Selected Group and Solo Exhibitions

2013

Place of Work: (Whitechapel), East Street Arts (London)

This 'Me' of Mine, Ipswich Art Gallery (Ipswich)

Peter and David, 10x10, Four Corners Gallery (London)

2012

A Chain of Wooded Mountains (a KEEM project), Long White Cloud Gallery (London)

The World in London, The Photographers' Gallery (London)

The World in London, Victoria Park and Oxford Street (London)

The World in London, The Gulbenkian Foundation (London)

Group 2012, WW Gallery (London)

The Landscape, WW Patio Projects (London)

2011

The Trace, MargatePhotoFest (Margate)

For Japan, HotShoe Gallery (London)

Edge of Extinction, Lo and Behold Gallery (London)

Divide and Rule film and live art festival, Firestation Arts Centre (Windsor)

2010

Summer Salon 2010, Islington Arts Factory (London)

Slide Nite, Plac Nowy, Krakow Photo Month (Poland)

2009

MA Photography Final Show, London College of Communication (London)

A Distance Between, Exhibitx, Pebbledash Gallery (London)

MA Photography Interim Show, Well Gallery, London College of Communication (London)

2008

Photo Open, Photo Month, Dray Walk Gallery, The Old Truman Breweries, (London)

One City, Many Destinations, W New York Times Square, W Atlanta, W San Francisco (USA)

2007

Photographic Portrait Award Exhibition, The National Portrait Gallery (cat) (London)

Gypsy Horse Fair, AMV BBDO (London)

2003

PPP Final Show, London College of Printing (now London College of Communication)

(London)

London, First Out Gallery (London)

 

Public Commissions

2012

The World in London – organised by The Photographers' Gallery, exhibited in Victoria Park

E3, and Park House, Oxford Street, London.

2009

Statuesque – a collaboration between the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum,

and Selfridges Department Store, Selfridges Windows, Oxford Street, London.