Visual Arts, 2012
Kerry Tribe’s film, video and installation works explore issues of memory, subjectivity, perception and doubt. Intensively researched and rigorously crafted, her large-scale projects suggest that time-based media may be capable of mirroring cognitive processes in expansive and generative ways. Tribe’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Camden Arts Centre, London; Modern Art Oxford; Arnolfini, Bristol; and the Power Plant, Toronto. She has exhibited at the Hammer Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, The Tanks at Tate Modern, the General Foundation and Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, among others. She completed the Whitney Independent Study Program, and is a U.S. Artists Fellow and a fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. She received a BA from Brown University and an MFA from UCLA.
Awards and Accomplishments
Tribe receives the Artadia Award
Tribe's Critical Mass performance is included in Playing in the Shadows at the Tate Modern's new space, The Tanks.
Tribe's has solo exhibition There Will Be ________ at 1301PE in Los Angeles from September 29 until November 10, 2012.
Tribe is a 2012 USA Fellow
The Loste Note
The Loste Note investigates aphasia, a neurological condition in which the language centers of the brain are damaged, usually the result of stroke. A…
Jul 16 – Aug 15, 2016
Current:LA Features Public Art Works About Water
Aug 08 – Aug 08, 2016
Kerry Tribe Joins this Group Show "Telling Tales" at MCA Australia