Kate Giles is a graduate from Emily Carr University of Art & Design (ECUAD,) having achieved a Bachelor's Degree in Visual Arts with a minor in Curatorial Practices.
As an artist, their practice engages with fiber sculpture, drawing, photography and curating. With a practice primarily informed by personal experience, their work looks at how we occupy our bodies, how our bodies occupy spaces, as well as the impacts of nostalgia and mental illness. The provisional and experimental processes used allow physical material to translate stories from those overlooked, in-between places where the substance of our lives is found.
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