Kitty Rogers' work investigates the ways in which we might record through different mediums modernity, past, present and future. Her exploration of technology and craft as vehicles to capture human moments often re-imagines these entities. She asks if the recurring patterns and their familiarity are strong repositories of memory, language and knowledge. She is also interested in the impact of mass production on the making of symbols and patterns.
Kitty holds a MA in Visual Arts Practice from IADT and graduated from NCAD Fine Art Painting in 2007. She also holds a BA in History of Art and Politics from University College Dublin.
Recent solo and group exhibitions include Gravity in the Crawford Municipal Gallery Cork 2011, Claremorris Open 2010, Tulca 2009 and Encode Adorn with Meath County Council 2008. She received a Visual Arts Bursary Award from the Arts council in 2010. Her work is held in both public and private collections.