Cat Wilson is a theatre director, and new media artist specialising in video installation. Her videos utilise time-lapse to explore rhythm and perception and she collaborates with other artists to produce process videos of their practice. She has had installations as part of the Gertrude projection festival (2009), Kodak Salon at the Centre for Contemporary Photography (2010) and earlier this year collaborated with tapestry artist Michelle Hamer on her show Dangling Carrots at Craft Victoria.
In 2003 Cat completed the Graduate Diploma of Dramatic art – Directing at the VCA. Since then she has worked as assistant director with Julian Meyrick for the MTC production The Memory of Water by Shelagh Stephenson, and as director/dramaturg on several theatre productions including, Unholy Site, written and performed by Jacklyn Bassanelli, Still Waiting by Alexandra Collier and On intoxicated Ears written and performed by Alex Ben Mayor.
She was General Manager at Actors Centre Australia in Sydney for three years (2000 – 2003) During which time she was also co-producer for A Bit On The Side a monthly performance event for which she also worked as a writer and director for the one off theatre pieces created.