Kayle Brandon is an inter-disciplinary artist, who works within public and social contexts.
Making works which are embedded in specific, sites, places and communities. Brandon is interested in the role of art within the everyday and works to engage audiences in several ways from intentional participation through to the incidental witness.
She regularly works in collaborative, collective scenarios, often merging art with activism. She has exhibited internationally and locally, appearing in shows at The Museum of Modern art in New York, and Spike Island, Bristol UK.
Her main areas of interest circle around peoples relationships to nature, urban space, animals, architecture and survival. Her work often involves physicality, intervention, and experimental exploration. She cross’s into several disciplines; cartography, botany, anthropology and uses a variety of mediums; drawing, events, writing, sculptor, and craft.