Kim Hoeckele

Kim Hoeckele
Education
Known for Multimedia
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Kim Hoeckele is an multimedia artist currently living in New York, New York whose mediums include performance art, photography, found objects and video art.

Early life and education

Kim Hoeckele received her B.F.A. in Photography from Georgia State University and received her M.F.A. in studio art from Hunter College in New York, in 2012.[1]

Themes

Her work explores personal, historical, and geological times, manifesting how identity and memory are communicated over variable timescales.[2]

Selected exhibitions

  • (2015) Changjiang International Biennale of Photography & Video, Chongqing, China
  • (2014) Cosmic Needs, Dossier Outpost, New York, New York
  • (2014) DIVIDe, Pelham Arts Center, Pelham, New York
  • (2013) Amnesic, Family Business, New York, New York
  • (2013) Limits of Desire, 7 Dunham, Brooklyn, New York
  • (2012) Retrospective, Young Blood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
  • (2011) Where Ends Meet, The End Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
  • (2011) Heat Island, SmackMellon Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
  • (2011) Capture, Clemente Soto Velez, New York, New York
  • (2010) Emerging Artist Auction, Daniel Cooney Fine Art New York, New York
  • (2009) MOCA GA Collects: The Photographic Image, MOCA, Atlanta, Georgia
  • (2008) Day Job, Fine Arts Gallery, Parsons, the New School for Design, New York, NY
  • (2007) Pleasant Under Glass, Quirk Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
  • (2007) How Can You Be Two Places At Once When You Are Not Anywhere At All?, Live With Animals Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  • (2005) The Skateboard Show, Young Blood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
  • (2004) So Atlanta, The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA

Public collections

Her work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.

Publications

  • (2014) “Kim Hoeckele,” Interleaves, Oranbeg Press
  • (2012) Conveyor Magazine, Dark Matter
  • (2012) Capricious Magazine, The Water Issue
  • (2010) "1,000 Halos,” Objects of Devotion and Desire (Catalogue), Hunter College, New York, New York

References

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