Storyteller, Researcher, Designer & Creative Maker
Kate moved from dancing on the stage, to hiding behind a camera, to designing multiplayer storyworlds across networks. She is a storyteller, researcher, designer and creative maker especially interested in exploring immersive installations as an intersection of the skills collected across screen, theatre, dance and games. In 2014 Kate co-founded the creative studio DOTDOT to focus on generating meaningful impact through social and immersive experiences. Exploring the boundaries of technology, art and design, DOTDOT creates experiences that are memorable, playful, and interactive.
The Mapeo de Bordes Porosos (Mapping Porous Borders) project (led by Alys Longley, NZ, Macarena Campbell Parra, Chile, and Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira, Chile, with Kate Stevenson and Chris White of DotDot Studios, NZ-US) present an interactive digital exhibition, presenting material from two entwined artistic research projects, Beberemos El Vino Nuevo, Juntos! (Let us Drink the new […]