Fragmented Realities

In the Fragmented Realities, Kate Proudman uses models, projection & distortion to subvert & fracture the images she has created, to express the ambiguity of the writer’s position and the unrevealed qualities of the space. Exploring the process of deciphering the text, she plays with its readability by erasing, layering, and reassembling, to looks for the unknown beyond what is described.

She uses paint as a metaphor for her understanding of text, working back and forth until a new space is revealed. She explores how we receive information; how we piece together images from words, and evoke the passing of time as our memories mix and overlap.