Kate Church


Kate's research foregrounds open structures to register and explore the performative materiality of the land. Her approach situates the landscape as a medium in perpetual motion, always in transition and therefore constantly awaiting change. This framing of the landscape engages with Landscape Architecture as an architecture of flows, foregrounding matter in motion and the experience of the moving body.
   
She is a member of Urban Interior, an interdisciplinary research group, and Performance Lab (Pflab), and is a current PhD candidate within the Performative Creative Practice stream at RMIT.
   
Her published work appears in Kerb JournalNew American Notes OnlineLandscape Architecture AustraliaExposure/00: Design Research in Landscape Architecture (2012) and Urban Interior: Informal Explorations, Interventions and Occupations (2011). Her work has been included in State of Design Festivals and has been exhibited at Guilford Lane Gallery and Field 36 Galler

StaffBridget Keane