Kenzee Patterson

Kenzee Patterson is an artist who works across a wide array of materials and technologies. He is interested in how mass-produced objects can obtain the status of a work of art through interventions in their materiality and presentation. His practice draws upon his immediate environment and aims to re-contextualize the everyday. The objects he appropriates become his materials, all the while referencing his past experiences and the places he has visited.


Kenzee Patterson received a Bachelor’s of Visual Arts from the Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. He is currently a tutor in Sculpture at the Tin Sheds Art Workshops within the faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney, where he lives and works.

Recent exhibitions


&c., BUS Projects, Melbourne

RTA, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney


Never Eat Soggy Weet-Bix, group show, TCB art inc, Melbourne

Fishers Ghost Art Award, group show, Campbelltown Arts Centre


Not only biologically sound and environmentally safe, but also socially and aesthetically acceptable, Slot Gallery, Sydney


The Camden Valley Way, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney

Creative Accounting, group show, UTS Gallery, Sydney

Hidden Definition, group show, Sutton Gallery Project Space, Melbourne