Kate
Stodart


About

Curatorial

︎︎︎ Dual Existence
︎︎︎ Analysand
︎︎︎ This is a product of self-care by A. Bruce
︎︎︎ The place between
︎︎︎ FEAST
︎︎︎ Not A Stat

Performance
︎︎︎ The language of mental illness
︎︎︎ Let my skin absorb your darkness

Video
︎︎︎ Consume/subsume

Installation
︎︎︎ What lies in the shadows
Kate Stodart

About

Curatorial

︎︎︎ Dual Existence
︎︎︎ Analysand
︎︎︎ This is a product of self-care by A. Bruce
︎︎︎ The place between
︎︎︎ FEAST
︎︎︎ Not A Stat

Performance
︎︎︎ The language of mental illness
︎︎︎ Let my skin absorb your darkness

Video
︎︎︎ Consume/subsume

Installation
︎︎︎ What lies in the shadows




Kate Stodart is a curator and artist, living on and working from Wurundjeri land (known as Melbourne). Her curatorial research centres performance-based outcomes and celebrates the knowledge born of lived experience. As an artist, she works between installation, performance and sculpture, exploring relationships between art making, mental health and psychological experience.

In 2017 Kate was selected as curator of Kudos Live: Volume 3 and chosen for an AS3 curatorial residency at Oxford Art Factory, both of which involved commissioning performance art from emerging artists. Stodart was a finalist in the 2017 and 2018 Kudos Emerging Artist & Designer Awards, and has exhibited and performed across Narrm (Melbourne) and Gadigal country (Sydney).

Stodart has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) (Social Practice & Community Engagement) from the Victorian College of Arts, and a BFA (with distinction) from UNSW Art & Design.

Kate currently works for Arts Access Victoria, has previously held roles at the National Gallery of Victoria, Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), Carriageworks, The Biennale of Sydney, and Sydney Festival.
I presently live and work upon lands belonging to the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations. Sovereignty has never been ceded.
Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.