Kate Robertson (b. 1981 Mount Gambier, Australia) is a photographer exploring the inner-workings of community and ways of being through photographic forms and concepts. Utilising the studio and
darkroom Kate adopts many traditional photographic techniques to connect the space between contemporary art and ethnography, creating work that combines experience and documentation whilst questioning what it means to make a photograph.
Since 2006 she has had regular solo exhibitions throughout Australia, as well as being included in over 40 group exhibitions in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, UK and USA. She has been the recipient of number of artists grants and residencies including, Mentone Grammar School Residency (2015) and Bowness Prize finalist (2013 & 2014). Her work is included in a number of private and public art collections, including: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Centre Permanent Collection, and Whitehorse Art Collection. Kate lives and works in Melbourne, Australia where she is currently undertaking her PhD (Arts) at RMIT University.