Lady Kitt is an artist, researcher & drag king proudly from and based in based in the North East of England. They describe their work as "Mess Making as Social Glue, driven by insatiably curiosity about the social functions of stuff that gets called art”.
Kitt invites others to join them in creating objects, interactions & events. Things that have happened as part of their work are:
· traveling shrines to sustenance, made from plastic waste (“sustain”, 2022)
· policy changes (“enSHRINE” 2020-on, AHRC and ACE funded)
· an international, ecofeminist art magazine for, and by, children (“(small but) FEIRCE”, 2018 on, commissioned / supported by organisations including The NewBridge Project (Newcastle, UK), The Institute for Art and Innovation (Germany) and Northwood Heights Home Education Group (London, UK)).
Kitt is trustee for Crafts Council UK, a co-lead for Social Art Network and a founding member of disabled artist led art rabble "kin collective". Kitt's work has been shown at Atlanta Contemporary (USA), Centre for Restorative Justice (USA) and Saatchi Gallery London (UK).