New Art at Newtown’s ArtSeat

Katie Cesaro’s bold, monochromatic work is the latest to feature at Newtown’s ArtSeat during Perfect Match 2016.

Cesaro, alias Capiche, says her work is an “interactive image that is in a state of constant flux depending on the audiences’ view point”.

Katie says she draws inspiration from the familiar faces she has encountered around her home city of Sydney and channels that energy into her art.

Before Capiche, Katie worked as a successful hip hop choreographer and dance teacher.

She then went on to study photo imaging at CATC Design School where she began to seriously explore the vast and expressive world of street art, large scale photography and video.

Capiche also featured in last year’s Perfect Match. Her wall art on Salisbury Road in Stanmore (pictured below) is a striking example of her work.

Inner West Council’s ArtSeat is a permanent structure in Newtown Square that provides local, emerging and established artists with a space where experimental and non-commercial art can be showcased.

Incorporating public seating and lighting, the ArtSeat is also a landmark meeting point.

For an interview with the artist, contact the Communication team. For a print quality image of the latest art at Newtown’s ArtSeat, contact the Communication team.

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