Kate Schneider is a Toronto-based artist. As an artist, her works critiques representations of land in visual culture, while speaking to the alliances individuals form with their environment.
Kate has exhibited shows, presented at conferences, and published writing throughout Canada and the United States on the subjects of environmental sustainability and photographic discourse. Her previous work, We, the Heartland, is currently a traveling exhibition and has shown at SoHo Photo gallery (New York), the Great Plains Art Museum (Lincoln, Nebraska), and Spellerberg Projects (Austin, Texas). Senator Barbara Boxer used two images from the project for her testimony against the pipeline on the floor of the United States Senate. Additionally, her works have received press from Feature Shoot magazine, Aint-Bad magazine, C41 magazine, and published in Magenta Foundation’s 2013 and 2015 Flash Forward publication.