by Kayte Terry
Kayte Terry’s work examines the literal and figurative boundaries of the body. Through photography, video, collage, installation and object-making, Kayte unravels issues of illness, memory, dysmorphia, longing and loss. The patchwork of materials she uses form a personal language that speaks to the fuzzy intersection of personal desires and cultural expectations. Kayte's work has been shown nationally, most recently at the Zuckerman Museum of Art in Georgia. They are a dedicated activist, currently making art for the Save the Meadows movement in South Philly.