Katy Mutton is an interdisciplinary visual artist based in Canberra, Australia, working across drawing, painting, print and installation. Recent works explore themes around the romanticisation of machines of war and how this helps disconnect us from their capability as enablers of destruction and/or superintendence.
Katy's practice is heavily research based and she is interested particularly in the impact of political and military action on cultural identity. Her works are grounded in drawing process and her professional background in Interior Architecture influences much of her art making method. She frequently integrates symbols, camouflage principles and drafting techniques in her art work.