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15.06.2016 – 02.07.2016

Kate Smith

Kate Smith completed a Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Arts (Visual) (First Class Honours) at the Australian National University (ANU) and the ANU School of Art, Canberra, in 2005. In the same year she was the recipient of the ANU School of Art Peter Fay Graduate Award. She recently had a studio residency at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, between 2010 and 2011, as well as Artspace, Sydney, in 2011.

Selected Exhibitions:2016 Economy, West Space curated by Serena Bentley, 2014 If your into anything, you’ll always find your own morality play, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne 2013 A Country Practice, curated by Francis Parker, Monash University Museum of Art, Switchback Gallery, Gippsland, Victoria 2012 Deep Privacy/Convex, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne 2011 Teenage Boi Boi Sounds, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne Studio 12, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne Gesturing to the Chilli, db, Sydney Minnie the Moocher, with Alex Vivian, Westspace’s The West Wing, Melbourne 2010 Freda Cimmons is hungover, as part of Anthropological Bricolage, curated by Melissa Loughnan and Rebecca Coates, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne Monkey makes a painting, Y3K Gallery, Melbourne 2009 You’re the c**t, donut, Ocular Lab, Melbourne *tastes self* in collaboration with Alex Vivian, Hell Gallery, Melbourne Can’t you act like old money, TCB art inc., Melbourne 2008 Whoops Kibbutz, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne 2007 it’s a practice, CCAS Manuka Space, Canberra 2005 Art Fan, ANU School of Art Gallery, Canberra Group exhibitions 2015 Do sumn’, TCB, Melbourne Self Titled, Punk Café, Brunswick 2014 Re-rasing Consciousness, TCB, Melbourne 2013 Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Collage: The Heide Collection, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne Third/Fourth: Melbourne artist facilitated Biennial, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, The University of Melbourne Like Mike, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, St Kilda.


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