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Kate Conlon - The Story of the Tin Can
The Story of the Tin Can
Sculptural Installation. Shown installed at Harold Washington Library. Chicago, IL.
Kate Conlon - Dimensions 00-10
Dimensions 00-10
Kinetic Sculptural Installation
Kate Conlon - Flying House 001
Flying House 001
Kinetic Drawing
Kate Conlon - DL44
DL44
Sculptural Installation
Kate Conlon - DL44
DL44
Artist Book
Kate Conlon - Whistling Buoy Prototype
Whistling Buoy Prototype
Test on Lake Michigan
Biography

Kate Conlon is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work explores the various ways that we make sense of the world. 

Conlon’s sculpture, print, and book works have been exhibited at venues including 68 Projects Berlin; OC OSAKA; Julius Caesar, Chicago; Goldfinch, Chicago; MANA Contemporary Chicago; Museu do Douro, Portugal; and The Grand Rapids Art Museum. She has received grants and residencies from Kala Art Institute, ACRE, and Chicago Artists Coalition and was named The Chicago Public Libraries’ Artist in Residence for the 2020-2021 year. 

Conlon served as a founding director of Fernwey Gallery and Editions from 2014 to 2018 and she currently co-directs Limited Time Engagement Press with her partner, Boyang Hou. Conlon received her Master of Fine Arts Degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art from Smith College.