Kate Parsons


“My video work often lives in more than one tense, allowing past, present and future to co-exist. Video lends itself perfectly to metaphors of human memory and dreamstates—captured and replayed, keeping moving images in a liminal, suspended space, ready for recall and thereby mimicking actual thought patterns. My video work explores this space—the moving image and its relation to memory and dream.”


Kate Parsons is a video artist, videographer, and editor living in Los Angeles. She obtained her M.F.A. in Media Arts from UCLA in June of 2015, and completed her M.A. in Digital Art and Video in May of 2013. Much of Kate's practice involves the marriage of the visual and the aural, working with musicians and dancers to create inventive audio-visual experiences. Her graduate studies involved research into the myriad ways humans mourn and express grief.


Her work has appeared on MOCA.tv, VICE's The Creators Project, Hammer.org, FringeArts in Philadelphia, and Summer Stage in New York City. She has had the pleasure of working with director Mark Pellington and musicians such as Silversun Pickups, Kid606, Baths, Daedelus, and RYAT.




Instagram: @parsonsprojects

Twitter: @whoiskanna





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