Kate Pickering
Kate Pickering

For a long time, I’ve been making work around questions about faith and belief. About the anomaly of being a christian in the art world”.

Kate’s work goes around creating texts about her research’s adopting fiction and experimental theories. She sometimes involves movement in her performative readings.

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 Kate has agreed to meet me in the south of London, close to where she lives. We are having coffee and tea for a change. I can sense some blend of discomfort and irony in her eyes when she explains to me that this non-discriminatory aperture of art is deceiving, especially if the artist is an evangelical.   “You can be as disruptive as you want to be, as long as you are not an evangelical Christian”, says Kate with an ironic smile. “That’s where the line is drawn”.  + Complete article  here

Kate has agreed to meet me in the south of London, close to where she lives. We are having coffee and tea for a change. I can sense some blend of discomfort and irony in her eyes when she explains to me that this non-discriminatory aperture of art is deceiving, especially if the artist is an evangelical.

“You can be as disruptive as you want to be, as long as you are not an evangelical Christian”, says Kate with an ironic smile. “That’s where the line is drawn”.

+ Complete article here

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Kate Pickering
 Kate has agreed to meet me in the south of London, close to where she lives. We are having coffee and tea for a change. I can sense some blend of discomfort and irony in her eyes when she explains to me that this non-discriminatory aperture of art is deceiving, especially if the artist is an evangelical.   “You can be as disruptive as you want to be, as long as you are not an evangelical Christian”, says Kate with an ironic smile. “That’s where the line is drawn”.  + Complete article  here
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Kate Pickering

For a long time, I’ve been making work around questions about faith and belief. About the anomaly of being a christian in the art world”.

Kate’s work goes around creating texts about her research’s adopting fiction and experimental theories. She sometimes involves movement in her performative readings.

+ Complete article here

Kate has agreed to meet me in the south of London, close to where she lives. We are having coffee and tea for a change. I can sense some blend of discomfort and irony in her eyes when she explains to me that this non-discriminatory aperture of art is deceiving, especially if the artist is an evangelical.

“You can be as disruptive as you want to be, as long as you are not an evangelical Christian”, says Kate with an ironic smile. “That’s where the line is drawn”.

+ Complete article here

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