Kate Hunter





Image: Leo Dale

Kate Hunter makes inter-disciplinary work that is stimulated by investigations into cognitive neuroscience, the body, the senses, diseases and dying, autobiography, talking to herself, sadness, and the strange territory of memory. She creates solo performance work as well as collaborations with other artists across a range of disciplines. She is interested in relationships between the brain and the body, embodied cognition and its relevance to physical theatre trainings and improvisation. Recently, Kate has been exploring the use of self-recorded monologues to perform intersecting narratives of live and pre-recorded story, memories and imaginings.