- Foundation Year faculty
Kate Scrivener attended the Royal College of Art, where she studied painting. Her practice explores natural phenomena and the possibilities of nature from the macro to the massive. Kate has exhibited nationally and internationally including, In-and outside-writing (Voorkamer, Lier, Belgium), Floating (TinType, London), PrintMare (against nature, Camberwell Space, London), Cunning Chapters (British Library, London), Great Piece of Turf (Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, London), East of Eden (Spacex Gallery, Exeter) and Spin (Victoria & Albert Museum, London). Awards include the Royal Academy Original Print Award. Collections include the British Library, the National Art Library, Tate Britain, (special collections) and the Royal College of Art.
Drawing is a preoccupation with focus, evolving layers and meaning, exposing the world that surrounds us. Through it you have the fantastic ability to record or change and reinvent your vision, to test out ideas and materials. It is a place for ‘wrongness’ to throw up a challenge, a place to strive, to persevere to get it right.