Born in 1970, Kate Daudy is a British artist recognised for work exploring the limits of language and sculpture/text crossover. Known for her written interventions in public/private spaces expressing her search for meaning, she has redefined an ancient Chinese tradition as a contemporary art form for the modern era.  Driven by an insatiable curiosity about language and its creative potentials, her experiments have led her into collaborative dialogue with an array of artistic forms and disciplines.  The multi-dimensional works resulting from these interactions can be seen across Europe, America and the Middle East.  

 

Born in 1970, Kate Daudy is a British artist recognised for work exploring the limits of language and sculpture/text crossover.

Known for her written interventions in public/private spaces expressing her search for meaning, she has redefined an ancient Chinese tradition as a contemporary art form for the modern era. 

Driven by an insatiable curiosity about language and its creative potentials, her experiments have led her into collaborative dialogue with an array of artistic forms and disciplines. 

The multi-dimensional works resulting from these interactions can be seen across Europe, America and the Middle East.