Kate Fauvell is a visual artist from New York City.  Her work explores all that makes us human. Currently she is using collage, audio and film to create a series of installations that explore memory specifically within the home. The idea that, “ the house is one of the greatest powers of integration for the thoughts, memories and dreams of mankind”. Kate visually tells stories that would otherwise go untold.

Kate received a BFA from SUNY Binghamton and an MFA from The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing her MFA she returned to New York and moved to Brooklyn where she has been living, creating, and exhibiting her work ever since. Just this past year Kate has shown at BRIC Art House, AIR Gallery,  and LIU’s Selena Gallery as well as being selected as a part of Bombay Sapphire’s Artisan Series to exhibit work at Scope Art Fair at Art Basel in Miami. In the fall of 2016 Kate will be showing at Rush Gallery in Chelsea, as well as Little Field and Happy Lucky No. 1 Galleries in Brooklyn.

Kate has held residencies at the Studios at Mass MoCA, Vermont Studio Center, in Troy at CAC Woodside and in Bern,Switzerland at PRGR with funding from the US Swiss Embassy.

Kate was selected to be in LMCC and Creative Capital’s Artist’s Summer Institute, Mass MOCA’s Assets for Artists Program, LMCC’s Basic Finance For Artist’s and Creative Capital’s Seven Elements of Strategic Marketing. She has also received grants from the Meyer Foundation, Rauchenberg Foundation and Change Inc. to name a few.