Introducing Finkelstein Gallery Artist, Kate Baker

Introducing Finkelstein Gallery Artist, Kate Baker.
Kate Baker’s work merges photography, film and print technologies with the mediums of studio glass and metal fabrication, erasing the traditional divisions between them. Baker locks ghostly, elusive and suggestive images into layers of glass, mirror, and metal. Her themes are of a complex human environment layered with physical, psychological and emotional strata.

“Baker’s work gives us a very sophisticated resolution of a glass medium that feels entirely contemporary and rooted in the moment of now. It is the fusion of both traditional practice and pushing the glass medium to blur the boundaries beyond a painting, beyond a photograph and beyond glass.” – Nick Mitzevich, Director of the National Gallery of Australia

Images: ‘Within Matter no 1’ 2018
two photographed
UV Flatbed Digitally Printed toughened glass and raw steel
120 (w) x 110 (h) x 95 (d) cm each work
‘Pulse’ 2019
Single-channel digital video, sound and kiln formed glass installation
10 minute looping video, 100+ suspended glass forms
1.8 (w) x 3.5 (h) x 1.8 (d) metres
Video and sound produced by doeanddoe studio
Featuring performance by Leeanna Walsman