Kevin Cooley is a visual artist working in photography, video, and installation. Cooley's previous exhibitions include take refuge at the Kopeikin Gallery and Skyward at YOUNG PROJECTS both in Los Angeles (2012), At Light's Edge, and Night Shift, at Massimo Audiello, New York (2008, 2007); Bateaux Mouches at Ambrosino Gallery, Miami (2005); and most notably Remote Nation (2011), a public installation above New York's High Line. He is a recipient of grants from The Experimental Television Center (2011); Rema Hort Mann Grant (2005); and an Aaron Siskind Fellowship Grant (2004). Cooley's work is included in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the Schwartz Art Collection at Harvard Business School, Cambridge MA. He holds an MFA in Photography and Related Media from The School of Visual Arts, New York, NY and he currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
I investigate relationships between the natural environment and the one that we fabricate. I make use of unusual or overlooked moments in everyday life as meditations on our evolving relationship with technology, nature, and ultimately with each other.