Kim Holleman

Studio Building
Studio Interior
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Studio Location
Trailer Park Model, "a mobile public park"
Post Apocalyptic Parking Lot, from the installation, "Playing God"
Playing God, installation with playable landscapes, turntables, and resin cast speakers
Trailer Park: A Moblie Public Park, parked at Foley Square The Supreme Court NY
Trailer Park: A Mobile Public Park, interior detail
Artist's Statement

I use an interdisciplinary approach, which includes: Sculpture, Architectural Model Making, Installation, Environmental Design, Photography, Drawing, and Collage to create a complete spectrum of ideas or experiences.

My art addresses concepts of utopia, utilitarianism, environmentalism, and ideas about perfect form. I examine how the forms that are used in the architectural reality of our world, connect to our ideas about the natural environment and our role in it. The sublime and the mundane, and our relationship to conceptual and physical space, are investigated and reconfigured.

In blending art, science, systems engineering and architecture I seek to highlight issues and provide solutions, however meaningful, visionary, insightful, practical, or absurd.


Kim Holleman attended The Cooper Union for The Advancement of Science and Art in New York and The Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, Holland.
Kim’s first solo show in NY: Law of the Land at Black and White Gallery in Williamsburg, was featured in R.C. Baker’s Best In Show in the Village Voice (2008) and was reviewed again with a feature in the arts section by Alan Gilbert. Circa: 2012 at White Box in July 2008, had nearly 1,000 people in attendance. Circa: 2012 was selected by Papermag as the Word of Mouth show to see that week along with After Nature at The New Museum.