Kate Bohunnis’ practice prioritises an inventive approach to materials and their ability to communicate conceptual concerns, with a focus on gender, identity and queer methodologies. In recent projects, Bohunnis has turned their attention to the complexities and trappings of pleasure, from a personal and neuroscientific standpoint. They are also interested in spiritualism as a vehicle for exploring family history and inventive methods of psychological support. In form, Bohunnis’ work often leans toward the abject as a way of negotiating bodily and political identities. They are known for producing pared back, large-scale sculptural installations using metals in contradictory and deliberate dialogue with wax, silicone, latex, marble, leather and textiles. Their works are often highly charged with allusions to power, dominance, subjugation and containment.