Katie Bret-Day is a London based artist that uses the viscous materiality of photography to explore the contingent and discursive nature of being. With interests in the posthuman and connected ecology her research explores the amalgamation of digital and physical bodies using alternative methods of image capture, interventions and printing.
In 2018 she was presented as one of five rising talents by the Guardian and her work has been included in the Tate commissioned Photography Ideas Book(2019) and acquired by the British Library.
She has been nominated for both the ReGeneration³ project and the Foam Paul Huf Award and received Creative Reviews Zeitgeist Award in 2018. She also holds a First Class degree from the London College of Communication UAL.
More recently she produced work for the Sickle Cell Society in connection with Imperial College London, this work is representative of her evolving discourse that positions itself between arts and sciences, creating bodies of ephemeral document.