Canadian pan-media artist, Bee van Kats, channels her inquisitive nature into interpreting and presenting the world through compelling narratives.
Tapping into a rich history of textiles and printmaking, van Kats's work is an investigation of traditional and emerging techniques, the technological divide, and other themes which impact how art is produced, perceived and passed on in the 21st century. Exploring the nexus between science and art, evolving processes and perceptions, she asks what it means to be human in the technological world.
Van Kats is in her fourth year at NSCAD (Halifax, Nova Scotia), where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She previously studied drawing, film, and storytelling at Sheridan College (Oakville, ON) in the classical animation department.