A horse stands alone in the Indian Ocean.
Kate Hulett is a West Australian artist and photographer — as well as a business owner, and sometimes-arts worker. Hulett collages, paints, sculpts and (primarily) shoots 35mm film.
Hulett has exhibited twice in Sculpture by the Sea (2020, 2021), has been a part of the Joondalup Festival visual arts program (2022) and has won first prize in the Perth Centre of Photography IRIS Award for portraiture (2019).
She has been selected in numerous group and duo shows in Australia and abroad,
exhibited as a finalist in various award shows, and has even dipped her toe into curation.
Hulett’s work is interested in the surprising amongst the mundane. With a deep curiosity in people, humanity and the frivolity of life (Hulett holds a BPsych), her works often feature irony, wit and humour to soften and connect with the viewer.
She has a keen interest in community and generating a sense of pride and connection with space, her work orientates around the bigger picture, and investigates actions that will improve our lived environment.