Kate Daw explores issues of authorship, narrative and creative processes and moves between the domestic and the social, the everyday and the imagined. Her recent work restages the narrative form in contemporary art, combining materiality and history, language and image, art and literature, to explore their interchange of meaning.
Recent exhibitions include a solo booth at the India Art Fair in 2012, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, the Ian Potter Museum of Art and a major solo exhibition at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. In 2006, Daw completed her PhD at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, where she has recently been appointed Head of Painting. Kate Daw is a member of the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council. She exhibits with Sarah Scout, Melbourne.
Kate Daw is partipating in On Top of the World: Flags for Melbourne
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