Kate Proudman is an architect and artist. Her work ranges from collaborative installations to sound pieces and more recently she has concentrated on painting. Her painting bringing together a love of colour and light and a desire to create believable spaces and her subject matter often betrays her architectural interests.
Serpentine Pavilions, explore the temporary summer pavilions commissioned by international architects. Public Servants focus on construction workers carrying out maintenance to the public highway, and in Imagined Realities, Kate creates believable architectural spaces from written descriptions of unknown places.
Kate lives in London and has her studio in Richmond.
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