Kimberlee Koym-Murteira makes video sculptures, hybrid forms of video, light, water, and installation. Moving from the material to immaterial, creating dialogues guided by the forces of Trauma, Healing, Spirituality, and Ecology. Kimberlee engages somatic connection - a relationship to the body in creation and exhibition - to respond to the complexity of power in relation to ecology and feminism. Employing tenants of embodiment to conjoin environmental concerns and social justice. She sees technology as both a tool and interruptor. Originally from Texas, She holds a MFA from Mills College, a MA in Scenography from Central St Martin’s London and teaches at DVC, CCA, and Cal State East Bay.
Welcome to Concrete House .art which features curated pavilions and an exhibition of digital artists selected through an open call. The curated pavilions include Ars Electronica’s partners, .ART’s artist in residence Medina Kasimova and a selection of work from .ART’s and Arlekin Players Theatre’s collaborative project ZeroGravity.art, directed by Igor Golyak and featuring the renowned choreographer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov. Concrete House .art participants join the space for playful reflections on the creation of virtual environments.