Kimberly Lyle is an interdisciplinary artist whose current practice poetically and conceptually explores our human relationships to systems of language and technology as producers of knowledge, often questioning the logics of each. She utilizes sound, video, sculpture, and interactive electronics in a further attempt to dissolve the boundaries that exist between languages, between human and machine, and between each other.
She received an MFA in Intermedia from Arizona State University and a BA in both Psychology and Fine Art from Stetson University. She has been a resident at the Elsewhere Museum in Greensboro, NC ; Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT; Signal Culture in Owego, NY; and Mildred’s Lane in Narrowsburg, NY. Her work has most recently been exhibited at ISEA in Gwangju, Korea; TEI Arts Track in Tempe, AZ; at the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México in Toluca, Mexico; and the Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art.
Email: kim.e.lyle (at) gmail (dot) com