Katherine Frazer is an artist and designer exploring the social implications of consumer technology. She is the Head of Product and Design at Muze. Previously she worked at Apple and Figma on creation tools.

Her work has been featured in Codame Art and Tech Festival, Dazed Digital, and PAPER Magazine, with commissions for NewHive and MTV.

She graduated with degrees in Communication Design and Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University. Frazer is based in Brooklyn, New York.



2021

  • upcoming External Pages – Solo Show
  • Katherine Frazer on cutting digital images, fruit, and flowers, Foundation Blog
  • Ikebana Tips for Software Design, IXDA Designer Talk
  • Civilization Issue 5 Contributor
  • Foundation's first NFT drop
  • Condé Nast Artist Talk
  • 2020

  • Ikebana Tips for Software Design, Or: How Ikebana Made Me Okay with Being a Generalist, California College of the Arts
  • Design AMA, hosted by intern.club and Design Buddies
  • Linked Text Boxes Patent Awarded
  • Ikebana Tips for Software Design, Figma Inc.
  • Guest Critic – San Jose State University
  • 2019

  • Level 2 Sogetsu Ikebana Certification
  • Peregrination, Wrong Bienniale
  • 2018

  • Civilization Issue 1 contributor
  • Level 1 Sogetsu Ikebana Certification
  • Department of Love, Shanghai Curators Lab
  • Visual Arts Show, Apple Inc.
  • nocontact/east2west, commission for Publication Studio
  • 2017

  • Mermaids and Unicorns, Peer to Space Gallery
  • 2016

  • Cat Heroicus Sublimis, Peer to Space Gallery
  • Temporary Highs, Bitforms Gallery
  • Katherine Frazer's 'Float Matrix' Paintings are Cross-Platform Works for the Internet Age, Paper Magazine
  • Artist Feature, NewHive newsletter
  • 2015

  • Commission, NewHive
  • Future of Art Panelist, Real Future Fair
  • Get Lost in Instagram's Underground Art Scene, Dazed Magazine
  • NewHive newsletter feature
  • Commission, "No Chill", MTV
  • Movement Festival, Codame
  • Deliverables, Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Deliverables, Carnegie Mellon Today