Kimberly Lyle is an interdisciplinary artist working with sound, video, interactive media, and sculpture. Her current research explores our human relationships to systems of language, communication, learning, and technology. Within each of these systems, she often uses translation as a strategy for understanding the movement of meaning – between languages, between people, between mediums. By questioning these larger structures in often personal ways, she hopes to ask questions about how they come to shape our identity, relationships to each other, and perceptions of the world.
She is an MFA candidate in the Intermedia program at Arizona State University and received a BA in psychology and a BA in visual art from Stetson University.
Email: kim.e.lyle (at) gmail (dot) com