Kim Holleman is an interdisciplinary artist and designer living in NY. Holleman's work explores themes of environment, design, science, nature, urbanity, architecture, and aesthetics. Using sculpture, utopian architecture, and public art projects to seek human transcendence over contemporary predicaments, Holleman draws on past visionaries and Utopians of all disciplines who affected change in society through their work.
Holleman's award-winning artwork "Trailer Park: A Mobile Public Park" has been shown widely. Holleman has given a presentation on the piece at TEDx Cooper Union. Kim Holleman has a studio in Bushwick Brooklyn. Holleman began as a Visiting Scholar and is currently a Research Affiliate with The Social Computing Group at MIT Media Lab at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.