Kate Raudenbush

544 Park Ave, studio 112
Brooklyn, New York US

Phone: 646-498-3636

Mobile: 6464983636

Website: http://www.kateraudenbush.com

Profile Type: artist

  • Architectural Metal
  • Landscape and Water
  • Public Works
  • Sculpture
  • Wall Art

Kate Raudenbush is a New York-based artist who creates illuminated allegorical environments at the intersection of sculpture and architecture. Laser-cut metal contemplative environments comment symbolically on the perils and potential of our evolving humanity. Form and space combine to create an ancient and futuristic aesthetic that aims to immerse the visitor in its mystery, grace and strength. Her most recent sculptures include Ignis Aqua, a massive stainless steel tidal wave holding propane cloud ceiling fire effects, and the public exhibition "Incanto: An Oasis of Lyrical Sculpture", a collection of immersive allegorical sculptures produced for the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia. Forging a pioneering path as the first Burning Man artist that was collected straight out of the desert and into the permanent collection of a US museum in 2007, she has piloted her unconventional artistic career internationally: from a far-flung art residency near the DMZ in South Korea, to a massive winged soundstage in Amsterdam for the Mysteryland festival, and from designing red carpet sculptures for the AFI Film Festival in Hollywood, to creating a monolithic public landmark leading to the Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada. Her sculptures have been found in both Miami art fairs and civic squares in Montreal, Seoul, Tulum, Lake Tahoe, Reno, New York, Washington DC, Santiago and San Fransisco. In 2018, her art was featured in the record breaking “No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man” show at the Smithsonian Museum. In 2019, she received the National Citizen Artist Award from Americans for the Arts at the U.S. Conference of Mayors. In 2021, Kate sold her artwork at the groundbreaking Burning Man auction at Sotheby’s, in New York City.

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