Kate Moss: WILD THOUGHTS

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Kate Moss: WILD THOUGHTS

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Kate Moss: WILD THOUGHTS, 2019
36 pages, 14.8 x 10.5cm, softcover
edition of 100
hand-numbered and signed by the artist


KATE MOSS: WILD THOUGHTS

Wild Thoughts is a new collection of poetry by Kate Moss, published on the occasion of her exhibition Kate Moss: A hotline at a heatwave, February 2019 at Daine Singer, Melbourne.

Kate Moss is interested in the ‘sculptural’, physical and mutable possibilities of light and shadow. “In the studio materials and objects move quickly, changing in time with background music. A transparent drawing is suspended, a shadow is cast with the moving sun— a poem becomes a drawing, a drawing becomes a shadow, a shadow becomes a print.”

Moss has parallel and interrelated writing and visual practices. Her writing uses vernacular language and conversation to enact the rhythm of the studio while engaging with the broader current context. The poems in Wild Thoughts were written from 2014 to 2018 in Vancouver, Sweden, Perth, Melbourne and St Quentin la Potèrie.

ABOUT KATE MOSS

Kate Moss (b.1980, Mullewa, WA) is based between Australia and Sweden. She has held exhibitions and poetry readings at The Pole, Den Haag; Alta Art Space, Malmö; Växjö konsthall, Växjö; Index The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm; Berlin Community Radio, Berlin; Publication Studio, Vancouver; Coq Au Vin, Daylesford; PICA, Perth; Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, Vancouver; Sunset Terrace, Vancouver; Showroom, Malmö; and The Apartment, Vancouver.

Her writing has been published in Southerly Literary Journal, Bartleby Review and a chapbook, Swedish Light and Other Poems, is published by Somewhat Urgent Series, Vancouver, Canada.

Moss is co-director of the Sikås Art Centre, Sweden. She holds an MFA from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and a BFA from The Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne.

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