Kate Mosher Hall (b.1986) is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice ranges from printmaking, painting, sculpture, performance, ceramics and drumming. Hall’s practice is concerned with language and its slippages, specifically relating to trauma and self-representation.
Hall has shown work and performed in Los Angeles at MOCA Grand, the Getty Museum, Human Resources, 356 Mission, Roberts and Tilton, Arturo Bandini, and Phil Gallery. She has also participated in exhibitions at the New Museum, New York, 67 Ludlow, New York, Marfa Ballroom, Texas, and will be in an upcoming exhibition at Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles. Kate’s 1st book I Did but I Don’t Anymore was released on Hesse Press in 2015.