"Voice (The Ipcress File. L Deighton, 1962)"
297mm x 420mm
Edition of 5+AP, Silkscreen print and glitter
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. Her practice is primarily a conceptually focused one. It is inspired as much by ideas found in literature, design and culture as the mediums of art she works in. Her work is expansive in the sense that it engages with a community of art institutions, artists, writers and designers on a regular basis, most significantly, with Stewart Russell. Kate Daw is represented by Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.