Katy Mutton is an interdisciplinary visual artist whose work frequently explores issues around the use of surveillance, and the machinations of politics particularly as they relate to militarism. Her work also exploits the dichotomies of technology in popular culture through the manipulation of perception. Katy’s work spans ceramics, drawing, printmaking, painting, installation and public art. She engages with diverse materiality and media in her making.
Her works are held in many public and private collections including The Australian War Memorial, Bega Valley Regional Gallery, Curtin University Collection WA, Gippsland Art Gallery and The State Library of Victoria. Katy was the recipient of the CAPO Rosalie Gascoigne Memorial Award in 2019. In 2020 she received the inaugural Michael Hobbs OAM People's Choice Award for her interactive work Panopticon, a part of the Contour556 Public Art Biennial.