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. Her large-scale allegorical environments are created as an immersive sculptural set-piece to catalyze human connection, and are inspired by concepts that aim to spark social dialogue. 


As a self-taught sculpture artist, the power of her work lies in its ability to raise awareness of important ethical concerns without compromising beauty and aesthetics. Kate’s work and words have been published widely and seen 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.