Kate Durham is a Melbourne-based artist, practising in jewellery, sculpture and drawing.
Her work has been shown in Japan, England, the USA and around Australia. She is represented in several major collections, including the National Gallery of Victoria.
In 2001, she established Spare Rooms for Refugees, a project to provide community accommodation for asylum seekers. In June 2002, she travelled to Nauru with a BBC journalist and thus provided the first images of Australia’s Pacific Solution.