Set Elements No Single Thing Even A Stopped Clock Cross-Section: Day 8 Cross-Section Working/Drawings Inclinations Dreaming of a Technological Future Prepare To Stop Collected Objects, Varied Materials It’s not me, it’s you All Who Occupy This Great Space Building a Scaffold for Democracy Space, Access, Proportion Drawing Boundaries Walking Lines


LAST Collective Ocula Viewing Rooms (Melbourne Art Fair)

May 26, 2020 | No Comments

The LAST collective (Beth Arnold, Melanie Irwin, Katie Lee, Clare Rae and Hanna Tai) have work on view in the Ocula Viewing rooms.  This is an online space to view works that will be represented in the upcoming Melbourne Art Fair- which has been postponed due to Covid-19.  

Subliminal- Vienna Austria

Oct 15, 2019 | No Comments
Subliminal- Vienna Austria

I’m pleased to show new work in the exhibition Subliminal– curated by David Komary (Vienna) and in partnership with artist Veronika Hauer and the IG Bildende Kunst Gallery.  Opening 8 October 2019 until 15 November 2019 at 10-12 Gumpendorfer Strasse, Vienna. Opening hours are Tuesday-Friday or by appointment.  Please check online at: or @igbildende.kunst Exhibition images also at: […]

Temporal Proximities

Feb 27, 2019 | No Comments

Temporal Proximities is a large-scale site specific project showcasing artists whose work explores spatial and temporal conditions.  Rather than having singular discreet exhibitions, Alred is exploring the curation of multiple time based practices- in temporal proximity. This event runs from 6pm-9pm from Friday March 1st until Sunday March 3rd.  Performances are durational, intermittent, past and present. […]

PhD Exhibiton- ‘No Single Thing’

Feb 27, 2019 | No Comments

From the 26th of February until the 1st of March my PhD submission ‘No Single Thing’ will be exhibited at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery at the Victorian College of the Arts Campus, 40 Dodd Street, Southbank.  Open from 12-5pm.  Closes March 1st 5pm. Thanks to all who attended the opening.  And to all those who supported me […]

Current Exhibition: Even a Stopped Clock

Jun 8, 2017 | No Comments

On now at the Incinerator Gallery 180 Holmes Road Moonee Ponds Until July 23 Artist Talk 15.7.17 1pm  

Cross-Section (8-24 May)

Apr 15, 2017 | No Comments
Cross-Section (8-24 May)

Cross-Section Moving, arranging, waiting, catching, pushing. May 8-24th Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia. Follow the project @  OR Katie Lee_Vimeo Cross-Section is a new body of work developed with the supported by the Abbotsford Convent Foundation as part of their ‘Alchemy’ program. “The Abbotsford Convent is a place where people come […]

Working/Drawings 2005-2016 Long Division Gallery

Apr 16, 2016 | No Comments
Working/Drawings 2005-2016 Long Division Gallery

                      Working/Drawings 2005-2016 will be at Long Division Gallery, April 7-28 Open Monday to Friday 9-3pm and Saturdays 11-2pm   The images in Working/Drawings are not plans or sketch designs for my sculptural practice. They are much less certain investigations into density, materiality, scale and […]

Orange in Cooperation With Chair (extended)

Sep 21, 2015 | No Comments
Orange in Cooperation With Chair (extended)

I have a new work, in collaboration with lighting designer and architect Andrew Sainsbury in Rebecca Coates curated show- The Material Turn. Venue: Margaret Lawrence Gallery 40 Dodds Street Southbank, Melbourne Exhibition Dates: 11 September to 3 October 2015

Asialink Residency- Jogjakarta 2014

Jun 8, 2014 | No Comments

Hosted by Grace Samboh at Hyphen, I will be spending June-September in Jogjakarta on an Asialink residency. Hyphen: Grace Samboh (b. Jakarta, Indonesia, 1984) veered away from her undergraduate degree in advertising and graduated her master from the Visual Art Studies program at Gadjah Mada University’s Graduate School (2009). She started her interest in the arts at ruangrupa, […]

Inclinations- at Sutton Gallery

May 26, 2014 | No Comments

Exhibition: 24th May until 21 June Sutton Gallery is pleased to present Inclinations, an exhibition of new work by Katie Lee that continues her interest in the way restrictions, limitations and tensions become embodied within ubiquitous and familiar structures and scenarios. Lee’s practice is interdisciplinary and is often an exploration of the physical and psychological consequences […]