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Kim Faler

 

Kim Faler, Dolly (detail), 2018; electroplated grapevines, patina, latex paint, silicone, copper, metal clips, and fishing line; 22 x 18 x 56 in. Photo: Mandy Johnson.

 Kim Faler, Dolly, 2018; electroplated grapevines, patina, latex paint, silicone, copper, metal clips, and fishing line; 22 x 18 x 56 in. Photo: Mandy Johnson.

Arts/Industry resident Kim Faler, 2019. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Kim Faler, The Wait (detail), 2016; porcelain rocks, wood, rope, stakes, hyrdo-graphics, and pigment; 67 x 41 x 35 in. Photo: Adam Schreiber.

 

Artist-in-residence/Foundry
January 13–April 20, 2019

Kim Faler is a contemporary artist who earned her MFA in sculpture at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Her art is currently focused on the emotional weight that can often slip through the cracks of routine, repetition, and pattern. Her work delves into the personal lens of the familiar by challenging the viewer to question the faith and routine that appears to direct our everyday lives. 

Faler’s work has been exhibited internationally and throughout the U.S. including at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art; Art Dubai; Sp/Arte in Sao Paulo; Mixed Greens in New York City; and the Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio. 

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Arts/Industry is a residency program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. It is generously hosted and funded by Kohler Co. The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) (nonprofit) organization; donations are tax deductible.