Based in Vancouver, BC, Kate MacDonald is a multidisciplinary artist whose works have been exhibited all over North America as well as Europe. Her paintings have been seen in Wired and the international editions of GQ. Even before she started displaying her works back in 2006, MacDonald has always had the urge to create art. Most of her creations are inspired by memories and the thoughts surrounding these.
She coined the term “biomythography” as the suppression and manufacture of memory, relates these with archive, souvenir, and nostalgia, and uses both traditional and digital media to express these. MacDonald originally came from New Brunswick, and currently shares a studio with fellow artist Les Sears at K8L35. She is represented in Vancouver by the Robert Lynds Gallery, and the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art in Los Angeles.