Her practice includes sound art, video art, social practice, hospitality, and sport art. Notable works include Feral Trade, a project to "initiate new forms of trade along social networks", and her work as co-founder of the Bureau of Inverse Technology (BIT) as an artist-engineer with Natalie Jeremijenko. Her collaborative projects include Cube Cola, an open source cola laboratory, in collaboration with Bristol-based artist Kayle Brandon. Her work as part of the BIT was included in the 1997 Whitney Biennial. In 2007, she won the netarts.org grand prize from the Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Machida, Japan.
- "Overview of Media Art - Society". A short article discussing various artistic initiatives utilizing consumer electronics for surveillance purposes. Media Art Net.
- "Public Lecture". A statement from BIT co-founder Kate Rich, describing her three month research fellowship at the Instituut. Piet Zwart Instituut.
- "Videos of BIT Plane and Suicide Box". Descriptions of BIT and videos of some of their work, including a flight on the BIT Plane. Video Date Bank.
- "A Ken Johnson review from 1999 describing BIT and their Suicide Box and Despondency Index". The New York Times. 9 July 1999. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
- "What's New with Kate Rich and Feral Trade". An interview with Kate Rich discussing her work Feral Trade. Wired Magazine. 28 July 2013. Retrieved 1 February 2014.
- The real thing. Or is it?, The Guardian, 28 July 2006.
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