Kent based artist Kate Knight works primarily with figurative imagery. Within the explorations of nature, Knight draws upon the aesthetics of desire, sex and death. The works are provocative, playful, harsh and tongue in cheek. The compositions establish a series of graphic signs, aiming to evoke a narrative whether epic or fleeting. The current developments juxtapose a darker underbelly, presenting unease; as well as the guardianship of something sacred. This response is loaded with a sense of otherness, something beyond the ordinary; a dystopian landscape. Knight studied her BA Fine Art Painting at Chelsea College of Art and design 2005.