MEET 
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ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

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KATE ANDREWS

KATE ANDREWS

KATE ANDREWS

KATE ANDREWS

KATE ANDREWS

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Kate Andrews.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artists, an online series where you will get to know young talented artist and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Kate Andrews.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Kate Andrews.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Kate Andrews.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Kate Andrews.

Kate Andrews (b. 1992 in Toronto, Canada) studied at 'Concordia University' and at the 'University of Guelph' in Canada. From 2016 to 2020 she attended the 'Hochschule für Künste' in Bremen and graduated as a "Meisterschülerin" of Stephan Baumkötter. She had her last solo show at 'Westfälischer Kunstverein' in Münster, until April, 2021. This year she participated in the exhibition "Shunted Sculptures Fleeting Words" at the 'Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst' in Bremen and in "nuances" together with Daniel Schubert at SETAREH X.

Kate Andrews (b. 1992 in Toronto, Canada) studied at 'Concordia University' and at the 'University of Guelph' in Canada. From 2016 to 2020 she attended the 'Hochschule für Künste' in Bremen and graduated as a "Meisterschülerin" of Stephan Baumkötter. She had her last solo show at 'Westfälischer Kunstverein' in Münster, until April, 2021. This year she participated in the exhibition "Shunted Sculptures Fleeting Words" at the 'Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst' in Bremen and in "nuances" together with Daniel Schubert at SETAREH X.

Kate Andrews (b. 1992 in Toronto, Canada) studied at 'Concordia University' and at the 'University of Guelph' in Canada. From 2016 to 2020 she attended the 'Hochschule für Künste' in Bremen and graduated as a "Meisterschülerin" of Stephan Baumkötter. She had her last solo show at 'Westfälischer Kunstverein' in Münster, until April, 2021. This year she participated in the exhibition "Shunted Sculptures Fleeting Words" at the 'Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst' in Bremen and in "nuances" together with Daniel Schubert at SETAREH X.

Kate Andrews (b. 1992 in Toronto, Canada) studied at 'Concordia University' and at the 'University of Guelph' in Canada. From 2016 to 2020 she attended the 'Hochschule für Künste' in Bremen and graduated as a "Meisterschülerin" of Stephan Baumkötter. She had her last solo show at 'Westfälischer Kunstverein' in Münster, until April, 2021. This year she participated in the exhibition "Shunted Sculptures Fleeting Words" at the 'Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst' in Bremen and in "nuances" together with Daniel Schubert at SETAREH X.

Kate Andrews (b. 1992 in Toronto, Canada) studied at 'Concordia University' and at the 'University of Guelph' in Canada. From 2016 to 2020 she attended the 'Hochschule für Künste' in Bremen and graduated as a "Meisterschülerin" of Stephan Baumkötter. She had her last solo show at 'Westfälischer Kunstverein' in Münster, until April, 2021. This year she participated in the exhibition "Shunted Sculptures Fleeting Words" at the 'Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst' in Bremen and in "nuances" together with Daniel Schubert at SETAREH X.

‚arena‘, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 50x80cm

arena
2021
Oil on canvas
50 x 80 cm

2.400 EUR*

arena
2021
Oil on canvas
50 x 80 cm

2.400 EUR

arena
2021
Oil on canvas
50 x 80 cm

2.400 EUR*

arena
2021
Oil on canvas
50 x 80 cm

2.400 EUR*

arena
2021
Oil on canvas
50 x 80 cm

2.400 EUR*

‚revenant‘, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 120x100cm

revenant
2021
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

3.400 EUR*

revenant
2021
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

3.400 EUR*

revenant
2021
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

3.400 EUR*

revenant
2021
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

3.400 EUR*

revenant
2021
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

3.400 EUR*

Kate Andrews' sensitive images shift between concrete and ephemeral. Overlapping, merging and seemingly abraded colour fields meet sharp accentuating markings; dividing frames encounter fragmented structures. In addition to reminiscences of architecture and references to digital imagery, her nuanced paintings and drawings primarily convey moods and exceptional colour impressions. Again and again, allusive forms emerge, but without acquiring a fixed meaning. The painting »hoverbeam«, for example, could be derived from an architectural situation, perhaps from a window. But it remains a fleeting, unredeeming suggestion. The painting can be interpreted as an abstract pictorial space or as a gaze directed upward. This open and sometimes temporary character is an essential aspect of many works by the young Canadian artist.

Kate Andrews' sensitive images shift between concrete and ephemeral. Overlapping, merging and seemingly abraded colour fields meet sharp accentuating markings; dividing frames encounter fragmented structures. In addition to reminiscences of architecture and references to digital imagery, her nuanced paintings and drawings primarily convey moods and exceptional colour impressions. Again and again, allusive forms emerge, but without acquiring a fixed meaning. The painting »hoverbeam«, for example, could be derived from an architectural situation, perhaps from a window. But it remains a fleeting, unredeeming suggestion. The painting can be interpreted as an abstract pictorial space or as a gaze directed upward. This open and sometimes temporary character is an essential aspect of many works by the young Canadian artist.

Kate Andrews' sensitive images shift between concrete and ephemeral. Overlapping, merging and seemingly abraded colour fields meet sharp accentuating markings; dividing frames encounter fragmented structures. In addition to reminiscences of architecture and references to digital imagery, her nuanced paintings and drawings primarily convey moods and exceptional colour impressions. Again and again, allusive forms emerge, but without acquiring a fixed meaning. The painting »hoverbeam«, for example, could be derived from an architectural situation, perhaps from a window. But it remains a fleeting, unredeeming suggestion. The painting can be interpreted as an abstract pictorial space or as a gaze directed upward. This open and sometimes temporary character is an essential aspect of many works by the young Canadian artist.

Kate Andrews' sensitive images shift between concrete and ephemeral. Overlapping, merging and seemingly abraded colour fields meet sharp accentuating markings; dividing frames encounter fragmented structures. In addition to reminiscences of architecture and references to digital imagery, her nuanced paintings and drawings primarily convey moods and exceptional colour impressions. Again and again, allusive forms emerge, but without acquiring a fixed meaning. The painting »hoverbeam«, for example, could be derived from an architectural situation, perhaps from a window. But it remains a fleeting, unredeeming suggestion. The painting can be interpreted as an abstract pictorial space or as a gaze directed upward. This open and sometimes temporary character is an essential aspect of many works by the young Canadian artist.

Kate Andrews' sensitive images shift between concrete and ephemeral. Overlapping, merging and seemingly abraded colour fields meet sharp accentuating markings; dividing frames encounter fragmented structures. In addition to reminiscences of architecture and references to digital imagery, her nuanced paintings and drawings primarily convey moods and exceptional colour impressions. Again and again, allusive forms emerge, but without acquiring a fixed meaning. The painting »hoverbeam«, for example, could be derived from an architectural situation, perhaps from a window. But it remains a fleeting, unredeeming suggestion. The painting can be interpreted as an abstract pictorial space or as a gaze directed upward. This open and sometimes temporary character is an essential aspect of many works by the young Canadian artist.

‚mariner‘, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 100x80cm

mariner
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

mariner
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

mariner
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

mariner
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

mariner
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

‚transit‘, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 100x80cm

transit
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

transit
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

transit
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

transit
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

transit
2021
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

2.800 EUR*

The artist uses a wide variety of processes in her artistic practice, such as painting, drawing and collage. This usually results in small-format, multifaceted works, which have recently been supplemented by larger formats. In addition, Andrews explores sculptural arrangements with which she carefully extends her work into the surrounding space. The materiality and tactility that is significant in all of her works comes to the forefront in a particular way. Clear lines that reveal the canvas often define her paintings. They delimit, frame, and permeate almost monochrome colour spaces. Some of these have vibrant cloud-like textures with painterly and graphic accents. Others are calm and homogeneous in nature. Symmetrical structures, formal repetitions and doublings are arranged by Kate Andrews in such a way that slight variations and deviations enliven the pictorial space and allow the eye to wander over the surface with a restless joy. Calm and dynamic elements are deliberately juxtaposed.

The artist uses a wide variety of processes in her artistic practice, such as painting, drawing and collage. This usually results in small-format, multifaceted works, which have recently been supplemented by larger formats. In addition, Andrews explores sculptural arrangements with which she carefully extends her work into the surrounding space. The materiality and tactility that is significant in all of her works comes to the forefront in a particular way. Clear lines that reveal the canvas often define her paintings. They delimit, frame, and permeate almost monochrome colour spaces. Some of these have vibrant cloud-like textures with painterly and graphic accents. Others are calm and homogeneous in nature. Symmetrical structures, formal repetitions and doublings are arranged by Kate Andrews in such a way that slight variations and deviations enliven the pictorial space and allow the eye to wander over the surface with a restless joy. Calm and dynamic elements are deliberately juxtaposed.

The artist uses a wide variety of processes in her artistic practice, such as painting, drawing and collage. This usually results in small-format, multifaceted works, which have recently been supplemented by larger formats. In addition, Andrews explores sculptural arrangements with which she carefully extends her work into the surrounding space. The materiality and tactility that is significant in all of her works comes to the forefront in a particular way. Clear lines that reveal the canvas often define her paintings. They delimit, frame, and permeate almost monochrome colour spaces. Some of these have vibrant cloud-like textures with painterly and graphic accents. Others are calm and homogeneous in nature. Symmetrical structures, formal repetitions and doublings are arranged by Kate Andrews in such a way that slight variations and deviations enliven the pictorial space and allow the eye to wander over the surface with a restless joy. Calm and dynamic elements are deliberately juxtaposed.

The artist uses a wide variety of processes in her artistic practice, such as painting, drawing and collage. This usually results in small-format, multifaceted works, which have recently been supplemented by larger formats. In addition, Andrews explores sculptural arrangements with which she carefully extends her work into the surrounding space. The materiality and tactility that is significant in all of her works comes to the forefront in a particular way. Clear lines that reveal the canvas often define her paintings. They delimit, frame, and permeate almost monochrome colour spaces. Some of these have vibrant cloud-like textures with painterly and graphic accents. Others are calm and homogeneous in nature. Symmetrical structures, formal repetitions and doublings are arranged by Kate Andrews in such a way that slight variations and deviations enliven the pictorial space and allow the eye to wander over the surface with a restless joy. Calm and dynamic elements are deliberately juxtaposed.

The artist uses a wide variety of processes in her artistic practice, such as painting, drawing and collage. This usually results in small-format, multifaceted works, which have recently been supplemented by larger formats. In addition, Andrews explores sculptural arrangements with which she carefully extends her work into the surrounding space. The materiality and tactility that is significant in all of her works comes to the forefront in a particular way. Clear lines that reveal the canvas often define her paintings. They delimit, frame, and permeate almost monochrome colour spaces. Some of these have vibrant cloud-like textures with painterly and graphic accents. Others are calm and homogeneous in nature. Symmetrical structures, formal repetitions and doublings are arranged by Kate Andrews in such a way that slight variations and deviations enliven the pictorial space and allow the eye to wander over the surface with a restless joy. Calm and dynamic elements are deliberately juxtaposed.

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

Kate Andrews: I think what inspires me the most to make work is the experience of travel and of being in different places; of moving around and experiencing different lifestyles, environments and having a kind of desire to try to preserve those various impressions. I think that is something that I express in my work, in that my work also attempts to convey certain auras and atmospheres. Being able to encounter different conditions and contextsthrough travel, through moving to Germany and being from Canada and having a strong sense of environmental attachment - that’s something that I feel very strongly, and is something that I try to bring into my work.

Kate Andrews: I think what inspires me the most to make work is the experience of travel and of being in different places; of moving around and experiencing different lifestyles, environments and having a kind of desire to try to preserve those various impressions. I think that is something that I express in my work, in that my work also attempts to convey certain auras and atmospheres. Being able to encounter different conditions and contextsthrough travel, through moving to Germany and being from Canada and having a strong sense of environmental attachment - that’s something that I feel very strongly, and is something that I try to bring into my work.

Kate Andrews: I think what inspires me the most to make work is the experience of travel and of being in different places; of moving around and experiencing different lifestyles, environments and having a kind of desire to try to preserve those various impressions. I think that is something that I express in my work, in that my work also attempts to convey certain auras and atmospheres. Being able to encounter different conditions and contextsthrough travel, through moving to Germany and being from Canada and having a strong sense of environmental attachment- that’s something that I feel very strongly, and is something that I try to bring into my work.

Kate Andrews: I think what inspires me the most to make work is the experience of travel and of being in different places; of moving around and experiencing different lifestyles, environments and having a kind of desire to try to preserve those various impressions. I think that is something that I express in my work, in that my work also attempts to convey certain auras and atmospheres. Being able to encounter different conditions and contexts through travel, through moving to Germany and being from Canada and having a strong sense of environmental attachment- that’s something that I feel very strongly, and is something that I try to bring into my work.

Kate Andrews: I think what inspires me the most to make work is the experience of travel and of being in different places; of moving around and experiencing different lifestyles, environments and having a kind of desire to try to preserve those various impressions. I think that is something that I express in my work, in that my work also attempts to convey certain auras and atmospheres. Being able to encounter different conditions and contextsthrough travel, through moving to Germany and being from Canada and having a strong sense of environmental attachment- that’s something that I feel very strongly, and is something that I try to bring into my work.

tenuity
2021
Oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm

1.600 EUR*

tenuity
2021
Oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm

1.600 EUR*

tenuity
2021
Oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm

1.600 EUR*

tenuity
2021
Oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm

1.600 EUR*

tenuity
2021
Oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm

1.600 EUR*

Kate Andrews, Tenuity, 4 2021, oil on canvas, 60 x 50 cm
Kate Andrews, Juniper, 2021, oil on canvas, 40 x 30 cm

juniper
2021
Oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm

1.200 EUR*

juniper
2021
Oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm

1.200 EUR*

juniper
2021
Oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm

1.200 EUR*

juniper
2021
Oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm

1.200 EUR*

juniper
2021
Oil on panel
40 x 30 cm

1.200 EUR*

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

Kate Andrews: I think this draws on my last answer. It could be the desire to re-create one of these atmospheric environments that I’ve felt before, in the past or that I’m feeling at the moment. I feel that painting is the most effective way that I can do that. It’s the way that I reflect on places, times and perceptions of the past, or of the present. That’s the way that I think I can best work through something; by translating it into painting.

Kate Andrews: I think this draws on my last answer. It could be the desire to re-create one of these atmospheric environments that I’ve felt before, in the past or that I’m feeling at the moment. I feel that painting is the most effective way that I can do that. It’s the way that I reflect on places, times and perceptions of the past, or of the present. That’s the way that I think I can best work through something; by translating it into painting.

Kate Andrews: I think this draws on my last answer. It could be the desire to
re-create one of these atmospheric environments that I’ve felt before, in the past or that I’m feeling at the moment. I feel that painting is the most effective way that I can do that. It’s the way that
I reflect on places, times and perceptions of the past, or of the present. That’s the way that I think I can best work through something; by translating it into painting.

Kate Andrews: I think this draws on my last answer. It could be the desire to re-create one of these atmospheric environments that I’ve felt before, in the past or that I’m feeling at the moment. I feel that painting is the most effective way that I can do that. It’s the way that I reflect on places, times and perceptions of the past, or of the present. That’s the way that I think I can best work through something; by translating it into painting.

Kate Andrews: I think this draws on my last answer. It could be the desire to re-create one of these atmospheric environments that I’ve felt before, in the past or that I’m feeling at the moment. I feel that painting is the most effective way that I can do that. It’s the way that I reflect on places, times and perceptions of the past, or of the present. That’s the way that I think I can best work through something; by translating it into painting.

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

Kate Andrews: It’s probably going to be a complete surprise for me. But I suppose the ideal situation - what I really hope for - is to be able to continue painting here in Germany and to be able to build a lifestyle around that. And at the same time to be more connected to my family, to be able to visit home more often. I would really love to be in a position where I’m able to experience both places at ones; where I’m able to both be living and active in Germany and also remain connected to my home. That would be the ideal situation in 5 years.

Kate Andrews: It’s probably going to be a complete surprise for me. But I suppose the ideal situation- what I really hope for- is to be able to continue painting here in Germany and to be able to build a lifestyle around that. And at the same time to be more connected to my family, to be able to visit home more often. I would really love to be in a position where I’m able to experience both places at ones; where I’m able to both be living and active in Germany and also remain connected to my home. That would be the ideal situation in 5 years.

Kate Andrews: It’s probably going to be a complete surprise for me. But I suppose the ideal situation - what I really hope for - is to be able to continue painting here in Germany and to be able to build a lifestyle around that. And at the same time to be more connected to my family, to be able to visit home more often. I would really love to be in a position where I’m able to experience both places at ones; where I’m able to both be living and active in Germany and also remain connected to my home. That would be the ideal situation in 5 years.

Kate Andrews: It’s probably going to be a complete surprise for me. But I suppose the ideal situation- what I really hope for- is to be able to continue painting here in Germany and to be able to build a lifestyle around that. And at the same time to be more connected to my family, to be able to visit home more often. I would really love to be in a position where I’m able to experience both places at ones; where I’m able to both be living and active in Germany and also remain connected to my home. That would be the ideal situation in 5 years.

Kate Andrews: It’s probably going to be a complete surprise for me. But I suppose the ideal situation - what I really hope for - is to be able to continue painting here in Germany and to be able to build a lifestyle around that. And at the same time to be more connected to my family, to be able to visit home more often.
I would really love to be in a position where I’m able to experience both places at ones; where I’m able to both be living and active in Germany and also remain connected to my home. That would be the ideal situation in 5 years.

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