Glasgow-born painter Kaye Donachie bases her work on found imagery and film footage of rebellious members of counter-culture groups. The work directly confronts power structures and the dynamics of social groups to reveal patterns found in cultural references that have become a part of a collective consciousness. The artist also manipulates these references so that they operate as a narrative, building connections between the past and the present. Donachie is a graduate of the Royal College of Art in London and attended both the Hochschule der K√ºnste (H.D.K) in Berlin and the University of Central England, Birmingham. She currently lives and works in London. Recent exhibitions include “Monte Verita” at Maureen Paley Gallery and Peres
Projects, Los Angeles, and “Never Learn Not To Love” at the Artists Space in New York.