Kimberlee Koym-Murteira
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Plexus Projects
Future Artifact 
May 6th - 9th
part of Creative Tech Week
198 Greenpoint Ave. #1
Brooklyn, NY 11222

Kala Award
Parent Artist Residency

The Vast Lab
April 5th to May 5th
Los Angeles, CA

From the Fire: A Community Reflects and Rebuilds
Museums of Sonoma
Opening Reception: Oct 6, 2018
Looking through Lenses, giving space to store loss

Sending Texas Rain to Cali
Video Sculpture, Nov 2017

Artist Lecture
Cal State

Kala Annual Artist Exhibit
Feb 1st to March 17th, 2018

The Vast Lab
Child’s Play 
January 5th to 27th
Los Angeles, CA

That Blitz Menality
Wallspace Gallery
April 22 - 30th, 2017
607 La Brea, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Catalogue of Recent Works

Teaching 4D Foundation at CCA
Teaching Motion Graphics,
Digital Editing & Digital Imaging at Diablo Valley College

recent writings from others

Thank you to Andrea LaHue for her recent write up about my work in Cartwheel Art
There La Hue writes:
Kimberlee Koym-Murteira work spoke to me of both personal perspective and physics, galaxies and black matter. There is an image used often on television, to depict memories or thoughts, moving along pathways of ones brain. For me, Koym-Murteira’s work depicts these little capsules of memories, thoughts and light. What the electricity is feeding in your brain.

Koym-Murteira’s work was spread throughout the living room and kitchen of the space, and inside the cabinets. Have you had that moment when you go into the kitchen, open a cabinet and stand completely absorbed by a thought or daydream, having nothing to do with the the cabinet you are looking in? Koym-Murteira’s work has me seeing my thoughts, in a different way.