Kitt's projects have taken place all over the world, winning awards and involving thousands of people. They roughly fall into three categories: Paper cuts, Performances and Research. However, often hover somewhere between the three. All Kitt's work is inspired by a desire to (gently) interrogate, illuminate and insight social functions of making.
Project activities include mass bubble blowing, cutting portraits into high value paper money, nail art, interactive performances, jokes, DRAG, community events, science/art collaborations, academic papers, street art, collaborative cod piece making and vegetable carving.
Portraits of pioneering women cut into high value paper currency. Crafting commonality.
2015- on Series of portraits created through "unseen sittings", where artist and subject never meet communicating only online
Live art library exploring learning disability culture
Toxic Masculinity, consumerism& digital culture thru drag and crafting
Body image, gender, queer visibility.
A gallery on my head. Submissions Open
Physical, digital, imagined resources for&by artists to support resilience in our practice
"Mess Making as Social Glue" two intertwined, social practice research projects
Communicating scientific ideas and generating new research data through Art.
Professional development for social art practitioners commissioned by The NewBridge Project
Working towards a UK based Social Art Biennial