Kate Davis works with a wide range of media including drawing, printmaking, installation and film. Born in New Zealand, Davis studied at the Glasgow School of Art and is currently based in Glasgow. Her work looks at certain histories or historical artworks, to reconsider what these stories or objects could look, feel and sound like. Davis has exhibited internationally including solo shows at Kunsthalle Basel, Tate Britain, and Dunedin Public Art Gallery. She was awarded the 2016/17 Margaret Tait Award which recognises the work of Scottish or Scotland-based artists in the field of film and moving image.