Kylin is a multidisciplinary artist whose work employs ancient symbolism, ritualistic repetition, transformative energy, natural and supernatural systems and the physics of space, material and process.
Kylin holds degrees in Philosophy from Vassar College and in Creative Practice from Leeds Arts University in the UK, where she was awarded an associate lectureship while pursuing advanced multimedia studies. She has participated in numerous exhibitions and has had solo exhibitions in New York City at Feature INC Gallery, Open Source Gallery and with Chashama. She has been a Brooklyn Arts Council, Awesome Foundation and Pro Arts award winner. Kylin has created large scale commissioned work during Art Basel Miami and has exhibited across the United States. In addition to her studio work, she is currently directing multiple initiatives, collaborations and workshops.
She is also a Feng Shui consultant and Reiki healer.
All images courtesy of the artist
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