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Interlaced: A Selection of New Work by Kat Cox 

October 21-November 26
 

Kat creates objects to incite wonder through their exuberance, inviting one to explore the beauty found in the strange and offering the viewer a way to interact with the discomfort of the unknown. Kat's sculptures are an assembly of engaging surfaces and forms revealing varying textures and vibrant colors referencing natural and fabricated worlds. 

 

Kat integrates the traditional craft materials of clay and fiber to decontextualize their implications. Kat's use of traditional needle felting, hand weaving, appliqués, and sprigging originates from her desire to celebrate the techniques. 

Kat is originally from Southern California, earned her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics in 2015 from California State University Long Beach. In 2019,  earned her Master of Fine Arts at The University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Kat  is currently a Term Assistant Professor at University of Louisville for Ceramics and Fibers.  

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