Kim Holleman is a Brooklyn-based visual artist. Her work blends concepts of art, architecture, and science in order to provoke discussion about our relationship to the natural world and to explore solutions to social issues. Solo exhibitions include Uncanny Valley, Senaspace New York, NY (2013) and Circa 2012, White Box, New York, NY (2008). Group exhibitions include Ideas City, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY (2013); Extra Perimeters Floating Installation, Dumbo Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY (2013); and Perfect Perch, Art Assets, New York, NY (2013).

Holleman’s grants and awards include Hearst Master Artist, AW Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, FL (2013); NYC Winner, Herradura Competition (2013); and a Production Grant, The Puffin Foundation (2010). Publications include Art in America, Big Ideas: New Museum’s Festival for Cities, by Tracy Zwick (2013); A Nature Park that Doesn’t Put Down Roots, The New York Times, by Yuka Yoneda (2012); and Ruminations on a Changing World at White Box, PaperMag, by Mary Logan Barmeyer (2008). Holleman has also presented lectures and workshops including a presentation on Trailer Park: Mobile Public Park 2013, Harvard Graduate School of Design (2013) and was a presenter at the TED x CooperUnion, Found In Translation, Rose Auditorium (2012). Holleman studied as a Research Affiliate and Visiting Scholar at MIT Media Lab and received degrees from Cooper Union and Rietveld Academie.