Kate Carr received her Bachelor of Arts (1999) from 1994-1999 Marlboro College in Vermont. She is completing her MFA in the sculpture area at the University of Iowa and has shown work recently at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art in California, the Sioux City Art Center, Grounds for Sculpture in New Jersey, and CSPS in Cedar Rapids.
About the artwork, Carr writes: my responsibility as an artist is to pay attention. Repeating an activity, a form, a material, is how I begin to understand my surroundings and identify my artistic interests and concerns. In my work, I continue to address the beauty and the possibilities of the ordinary by making what I see and experience a tangible manifestation of noticing.
University of Iowa. School of Art and Art History
Digital collection © The University of Iowa. All works are copyright the individual artist.
The Daily Palette Digital Collection
wrapped crochet thread and tree branch
Assemblages (Sculpture); Assemblage (Sculpture technique)