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Kimberly Ruth
Kimberly Ruth is a New York based multi-media artist. Her work explores the failures and inconsistencies of language, especially in the digital age. Through text, photography, video and performance, she works to unveil, de-construct, poke fun at and critique the way words and images fail each other and their promise of an objective truth. She has recently exhibited at Galapagos Kunsthalle, New York; CICA Museum, South Korea; and SOMA, Mexico City. She has attended residencies such as LMCC Swing Space, SOMA Summer, Byrdcliffe in Woodstock, NY, and Vermont Studio Center.
Recent Posts
This week Kimberly spoke with Massachusetts based artist Ashley Eliza Williams, whose interdisciplinary work explores new ways of interacting with nature and each other. She shows her work nationally and internationally and has attended residencies in the US, Germany, Thailand and China. She is represented by K Contemporary in Denver Colorado. All images courtesy of the artist An Internal Construction of an External Condition Oil on panel 40″ x 40″ Interior Oil on panel 20″ x 16″ Hum Oil on panel 18″ x 24″ Resonant, from Anthropocene Oil on panel 40″ x 30″ Submerge, Data for Submerge Oil on panel 30″ x 24″ Oil on paper 13″ x 19″ Biolith, Data for Biolith Oil on panel 24″ x 18″ Oil on paper 28″ x 20″
This week Kimberly spoke with Troels Heiredal about his recent solo exhibition “Looking Into Looking” at In the Gallery in Copenhagen. The exhibition, which was supported by Dreyers Fond, explored his examination of older work after finding out he is on the autistic spectrum. All images courtesy of the artist    
Jennifer Seastone is a NY based actress and visual artist whose work explores the possibilities of re-forming narrative and  memory. Throughout the conversation Kimberly and Jenny talk about the role of communication and the difficulty of finding a single truth in an overloaded landscape. All images courtesy of the artist  
Mary Fedorowski is the founder of Overbite Studio where her work examines how light and color fundamentally bring shapes to life.
Rae Stern’s practice employs digital tools in the manipulation of multiple media including ceramics, photography, paper, and textiles. After a decade in the high-tech industry, her work is concerned with the social and cultural effects of technology. Between 2009 and 2018, Stern collaborated with Aya Margulis under the name Doda Design and created several bodies of work. Recent residencies include the Penland School of Crafts, Anderson Ranch, and Belger Crane Yard Studios. Stern has received grants from Asylum Arts, the Schusterman Foundation, and Belger Arts. Currently based in New York City, NY, Stern’s work has been exhibited internationally at the Eretz Israel Museum, (Tel Aviv, Israel), Belger Arts, (Kansas City, MO), Harvard University, (Cambridge, MA), and Medalta Museum, (Alberta, Canada). Her work is included in the collection of Eretz Israel Museum, The Racine Art Museum, (Racine, WI), International Museum of  Dinnerware Design (Ann Arbor, MI), as well as numerous private collections in Israel and the USA. Stern completed her undergraduate degree in psychology and communications at Tel Aviv University followed by a master’s degree in design from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. All images courtesy of the artist  
This week Kimberly spoke with artist and activist Tootsie Warhol, a satirical Anti-Trump candidate running 4 President. Tootsie has been written about in Politico and Express All images courtesy of Tootsie Warhol  

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