Kaitlin Bryson

Short Bio: 
Kaitlin Bryson is an ecological artist concerned with environmental and social justice. Her art practice and activism are focused on biological applications of healing, responding to the pervasive persistence of harm in the world. Bryson works with fungi as resource, metaphor and collaborators for her land-based remediation and healing projects. Bryson received an MFA in Art & Ecology from the University of New Mexico and has received support from the Lannan and Mellon Foundations to for art-based, ecological research in Ireland, Mexico and Nepal. Bryson’s work has been shown in Ireland, Los Angeles, Albuquerque and Santa Fe, NM and Portland, OR. She is currently the manager of the UCLA ArtSci Center and teaches at the University at Buffalo, New York (SUNY).