Kate Raudenbush is a New York City-based artist who creates social commentary through sculpture using themes and symbolism from history and mythology, geometry and architecture. She utilizes welded and laser-cut metal, acrylic, mirror, glass and light to form enveloping allegorical environments in an effort to shape an awareness of our changing earth and evolving humanity.
Her work has been featured by Burning Man, the Nevada Museum of Art, the Black Rock Arts Foundation, Maker Faire NY, Alex Grey’s CoSM Art Sanctuary, Lightning in a Bottle, the Electric Zoo Festival, Virgin Mobile FreeFest, the All Points West Music Festival, and Occupy Wall Street, NYC.
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