Kevin Platt

Kevin Platt’s artictic practice is built on conceptual grounding and studio-based experimentation that often manifests as non-traditional sculpture and installation incorporating elements of video and photography. Some consistent themes in Platt’s practice include desire and longing, speculative invention, and the presence and importance of ritual in modern society.

Platt holds a Master of Visual Arts from Sydney College of the Arts and received the Fauvette Loureiro Award to study on exchange at ENSBA, Paris. Platt was the 2012 recipient of the Dominik Mersch Gallery Award, he received and Australia Council grant for the Arts Art Start grant in 2014, and is now undertaking an ASIALINK Residency to Korea in 2015.