Kate Wilhite is a Salt Lake City-based watercolor artist. Her work explores queer identities by focusing on themes of duality and ambiguity. She considers several questions: At what point does self-expression become a charade? Where does the boundary lie between enjoyment and indulgence? Does anything exist on a binary? How can two contradicting things be true at once? Experimenting with watercolor, Kate paints artificial light in the night. Her goal is to relay universal themes—isolation, self-medication, constructed identities, etc.—through specific snapshots of a particular subculture.