Kaitlin Bryson

Short Bio: 
Kaitlin Bryson is an ecological artist merging bioremediation – the use of biological materials to clean harmful toxins from the environment – with sculpture, performance, fiber arts and video installation. Bryson received an MFA in Art & Ecology from the University of New Mexico and has worked on environmental justice/bioremediation art projects in the Southwestern United States and in Mexico. Kaitlin has specifically studied fungi and the potential fungi hold in remediation and will be leading workshops about these potentials, as well as how we can use mushroom mycelium as a building and art material.