Kate Raudenbush


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Kate Raudenbush
About the author

Kate Raudenbush is a New York City-based sculptor and photographer who creates social commentary using themes and symbolism from history and mythology, micro and macro viewpoints. She utilizes welded and laser-cut metal, acrylic, glass, wood, mirror, sound and light to shape her designs into interactive enveloping environments that are given more meaning with each visitor’s participation. In this way, the work is not just an object to behold, but also a vehicle for communication and self-reflection, creating opportunities for public discourse through shared experience. Her art is meant to offer self-reflection and an awareness of the social issues that impact us all. Her sculpture is in the permanent collection of the Nevada Museum of Art (Guardian of Eden), and includes publicly and privately commissioned works for performances, public events and clients such as the Reno Arts and Culture Commission, the Black Rock Arts Foundation, the All Points West Music Festival, and Alex Grey’s CoSM Art Sanctuary. Kate has also won six commissions for large-scale public sculpture from the Burning Man event. Actively involved at The Nationals Arts Club in New York, Kate is also an advisory board member of the Black Rock Arts Foundation in San Francisco.