Kate Raudenbush is a New York-based, Burning Man-bred artist, who resonates deeply with environmental issues, and the perils and potential of our evolving humanity.
She is a creator of monolithic, immersive and allegorical sculpture works that aim to catalyze social engagement and shift consciousness. She explores themes that range from technological sustainability, to creation myth,
and from self-empowerment to environmental awareness.
As a self-taught sculpture artist, her works transcend their strong structural underpinnings to create gathering spaces, which often manifest a feeling of sacred space and other-worldliness.
As the longest running solo female artist to emerge from Burning Man, she created the first Burning Man sculpture to be collected for the permanent collection in a US museum in 2007.
Kate’s work and words have been published, and exhibited in art museums from The Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington DC, to museums and sculpture parks in Seoul, South Korea, in international art fairs from Miami to the Hamptons, and in festivals from Amsterdam to Las Vegas, Santiago, San Fransisco, Montreal, Los Angeles, New York City, and in the creative vanguard of many epic, fiery gatherings at Burning Man in Black Rock City.