Mar 15th 2011

In Kate Gilmore‘s ambiguous and often humorous works, women—often the artist herself—encounter physical situations that act as metaphors for present-day conflicts and social obstacles. Gilmore performs for the video camera or enlists others to participate in live performances for passersby, as in her spring 2010 public piece Walk the Walk, staged in Manhattan’s Bryant Park. Gilmore, a new voice in contemporary art, discusses her interest in female identity, her approach to video, sculpture, and performance, and her creative process.

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