You use a glass mirror to see your face.
You use art to see your soul.
— George Bernard Shaw, Playwright



Kate Raudenbush is a New York-based, Burning Man-bred artist who resonates deeply with environmental issues and our evolving humanity. Kate is a creator of large immersive & allegorical sculpture works that catalyze social engagement, while exploring themes that range from technological sustainability, to creation myth, and from self-empowerment to environmental awareness. 

She synthesizes materials such as steel, mirror, aircraft cable, Tyvek and L.E.D. light programing with methods using CAD rendering and illustration, mechanical engineering, solar power, welding, laser-cutting, rigging and cranes to construct her sculptures and stages. 

As a self-taught sculpture artist, Kate’s work and words have been published widely and collected in art museums from Seoul to Reno, in art fairs from Miami to the Hamptons, and in festivals from Amsterdam to Las Vegas, Santiago, New York City, and in the creative vanguard of many epic, fiery gatherings at Burning Man.