Kim Holleman is an interdisciplinary artist, sculptor and public artist who attended The Cooper Union for The Advancement of Science and Art in New York, and The Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, Holland. Holleman was also a Visiting Scholar, Resident Artist and Research Affiliate at MIT Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 2013-2017.
Holleman’s unique blending of art, architecture, nature, sculpture and public art, has gained her recognition across disciplines. Her award-winning work, Trailer Park: A Mobile Public Park (a literal park situated inside a mobile trailer) has been shown at galleries, museums, schools, conferences in NY; at The New Museum for Contemporary Art and at The World Maker Faire at The New York Hall of Science. Holleman has also had the honor of presenting her work in a TEDx Talk at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.
Ms. Holleman’s solo exhibitions in NY have been chosen, “Best in Show” and “Critic’s Pick” and her work has been the subject of feature articles in The New York Times, Art in America, The Metro, Next American City Magazine, The Village Voice, L Magazine, Make Blog, Gothamist, Inhabitat, and more.
Holleman is currently exhibiting a work of public art on the Williamsburg Waterfront in NYC, entitled "Down the Drain", a public art exhibition on the theme of water pollution, featured in Time Out NY and Untapped Cities NY. This exhibition is open to the public and will be on view from 2021-2024.