Kate Bingaman-Burt, Original drawings from Handmade Nation, 2008; ink on paper
Illustrations used during the production of Faythe Levine’s Handmade Nation.
Gift of the artist.
MoCC Archives at PNCA
Type of Work
Ink on paper
Notes or Bio
Born in Kenosha, WI and working in Portland OR, Kate Bingaman-Burt is perhaps best known for her series “Obsessive Consumption.” The series examines consumption, debt, and consumerism through a series of daily drawings illustrating the artist’s purchases.
She has been involved with a number of other projects related to the Museum of Contemporary Craft, including Handmade Nation and the exhibit Collateral Matters, which she and husband Clifton Burt co-curated using materials from the museum’s archives.