The elephant sculpture 'Starlight', that I created for the public art event in Northampton, Go Safari, is stood in the foyer of Royal & Derngate until September. I'd like to direct you to the recent newsletter by Go Safari Northampton: http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=b8b06ec5be86f0bd373ca5d55&id=0553e02d5f On the newsletter they have a 'Spotlight on an artist' feature, where they have included a quote from me about my experience working on the project. "Creating Starlight
For the last few years, whilst recovering from a chronic pain condition, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). My interest in neuroscience was inspired by my research into neurological physiotherapy and rehabilitation from illness, which has subsequently crossed over and informed my art work. My current work explores scientific research into nerve connections, neurological activity, sensory perception, and creativity.
Press release Synapse- Exploring the 'ever-changing' landscape of the brain. Synapse is an exhibition of recent work, exploring neuroscience, creativity and the ‘ever-changing landscape’ of the brain. Kate explores the inter-relationship between art and science, creativity and the brain, including how the areas cross over and inform one another. Kate’s fascination into neuroscience has stemmed from personal experience of a chronic pain condition, Complex Regional Pain Syndro
It's been a little while since the last post... I'm happy to say 'Starlight' is now in her temporary home of the Royal & Derngate until September! I prepared her for travelling, by wrapping her in copious amounts of bubblewrap and fragile tape. Then she was picked up by the lovely gentlemen at Wild in Art, I couldn't resist calling him Noah, to join all the other animals in the storage warehouse before going off to her final destination. This is when I came across a few tech