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Kate Kendall ’15

Kate Kendall ’15 updates us: “In 2018 I started Flow Archive, an artistic and scientific collaboration with my geologist father, Jerry Kendall. The work uses the technique of a sand peel to create sculptures as a basis for interpreting the human and geologic events surrounding a body of water. Emerge: Fluvial Tapestries from Hurricane Harvey, which received funding from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, was shown in 2018 and will be exhibited as part of the GeoGulf Convention in fall 2019. A sister project Rio Grande Flow received a 2019 Fulcrum Fund Grant from 516 Arts in Albuquerque, NM, and will be exhibited in 2020. Andres Machin ’16 and I welcomed our daughter Jack Kendall Machin into the world on April 10, 2019. Yesterday she found both of her feet.”