Kate Davis (b. 1977, New Zealand) lives and works in Glasgow. Graduated from the Glasgow School of Art (2001). Awards include the Margaret Tait Award (2017); Creative Scotland Artists Bursary Award (2014); and Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, Washington (2012). Residencies include International Visiting Artist Residency, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand (2016); Camden Arts Centre Artist in Residence, London (2010); Banff Centre Visual Arts Residency, Canada (2008); and Cove Park Visual Arts Residency Award, Scotland (2008). Select solo exhibitions include Charity, LUX, London (2017); Nudes Never Wear Glasses, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh (2017); The Unswept Floor, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand (2016); Eight Blocks or a Field, Temporary Gallery, Cologne (2013); Not Just the Perfect Moments, The Drawing Room, London (2012); Ranziges Fett, Galerie Kamm, Berlin (2012); Peace at last!, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (2011); Your Body is a Battleground Still, Art Now, Tate Britain (2007); and Stop! Stop! Stop!, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel (2006). Select group exhibitions include The Driver’s Seat, Cubitt Gallery, London (2018); Here was Elsewhere >>FFWD, Cooper Gallery DJCAD, Dundee (2018); A Slice Through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings, Drawing Room, London and Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (2018); NOW: Susan Philipsz, Michael Armitage, Yto Barrada, Kate Davis, Hiwa K, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh (2017); Drawn from Life: People on Paper, Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition (2016); GENERATION: 25 years of Contemporary Art in Scotland, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh (2014); and The End of the Line: Attitudes in Drawing, a Hayward Touring Exhibition (2009).