Kit Monkman makes films, installations and public artworks that investigate the relationship between the audience and the performer.
Most recently Kit has devised and directed a new, feature-length, film version of Macbeth.
Working with long time collaborator Tom Wexler under the banner of KMA, Kit and Tom have developed a new genre of interactive work that has built them an international reputation. Their large scale works (e.g. Congregation (2010)), which seek to create emotionally resonant, impromptu public theatre by encouraging, and developing, interactions between people in public spaces using digitally-controlled projections, have been exhibited in numerous public spaces including Shanghai World Expo, Tate Britain, and Trafalgar Square.
Beginning with eng-er-land, their successful 2005 dance-theatre collaboration with choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller, Kit and Tom have also designed for numerous contemporary dance shows including DV8's To Be Straight with You. Throughout these collaborations their work has developed and retained a distinct visual aesthetic.
Kit and Tom have also adapted their experimental visual approach for use in large scale music events. They recently designed Paolo Nutini's UK Arena Tour (previous clients have included Prince, London Grammar and The Brit Awards).