Lewis Center Fellows
Kim Brandt is a choreographer who has presented her work at MoMA/PS1, MCA Chicago, The Kitchen, SculptureCenter, Pioneer Works, The Shed, Issue Project Room, Artists Space, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery and AVA Gallery, among others. Her work has been supported by a NYFA/NYSCA Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Arts (2018), a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists Award (2017), Mertz Gilmore Foundation (2016-2018), a Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grant (2016), and a Brooklyn Arts Fund Grant (2016). She has received residencies at Chinati Foundation (2019), MoMA/PS1 (2017-2018), Djerassi (2018), Center for Performance Research (2018), Movement Research (2016-2018), Bogliasco Foundation (2016), and Issue Project Room (2015). Recent press includes reviews and interviews in ArtForum, New York Times, Art in America, Performa Magazine, Bomb Magazine and Girls Like Us. Brandt received a MFA in Sculpture from Tyler School of Art and a BA from Hampshire College.
During her fellowship year, Kim will research and develop a new performance comprised of movement scores that explore our physical, spatial and symbiotic relationship to place.
“Kim Brandt: Solo” for Critical Correspondence | MovementResearch.org, April 21, 2020
“Pointless Vanishing Points” Essay by Kim Brandt | Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art Journal, Volume 59, Number 1, Spring 2020
Princeton University 2020-21 Hodder Fellows: Destined to “Transform the Art World and Society” | Princeton Magazine, February 2021