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Kate Richards

Kate Richards is a Sydney-based media artist with an undergraduate degree in BA Communications from UTS (1980), and a Masters in Fine Art in New Media Research from the University of NSW (CoFA) 1st class honours in 1996. Richards was an important figure in the rise of the Super 8 scene in Sydney, going on to work with video, sound and engage in a range of practices including multimedia, interactivity, visualisation software and time-based media. Her artworks have been widely exhibited, both nationally and internationally. Recent multimedia exhibitions include the Life After Wartime suite with Ross Gibson, the most recent outcome being the 5 channel interactive media installation Bystander (funded by the Australian Research Council and The Nelson Meers Foundation) exhibited at The Performance Space@Carriage Works in August 2007. She produced a number of CDROMs in the 1990s, and engaged in a series of live performances. Wayfarer, a series of locative art events with Martyn Coutts was held at The Performance Space@Carriage Works in September 2007 and The Arts Centre, Melbourne.

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Australia
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The Coal Cliff -Brereton & Richards, – via Vimeo 
Kurt Brereton & Kate Richards - WHY, Kurt Brereton & Kate Richards discuss the making of 'The Coal Cliff' – via Vimeo 
Kurt Brereton & Kate Richards - WHO, Kurt Brereton & Kate Richards discuss their biographies and collaboration – via Vimeo 
Kate Richards - Aus Art History, Kate Richards gives her perspective on media art history – via Vimeo 
From sub_scapePROOF a machinima, via d'archive
From sub_scapePROOF a machinima, via d'archive – from sub_scapePROOF a machinima, via d/Archive 
Brereton & Richards - HOW, – from The Coal Cliff, via Vimeo 
'Underworld' 2014,
'Underworld' 2014, – from Underworld, via i1291.photobucket.com 
Kate Richards 'Grove' , documentation October 2014 – from Grove, via Vimeo