Love Me...Lead Me... Scene 27, by Kireilyn Barber

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Love Me...Lead Me... Scene 27, by Kireilyn Barber

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This photograph is framed. Dimensions: 10in x 10in

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LEARN MORE ABOUT KIREILYN BARBER

Kireilyn Barber was born and raised in Los Angeles. She received her BFA from Cal State University, Fullerton and her MFA from Cal State University, Los Angeles, both in Creative Photography. Kireilyn uses everyday experience and common or mundane subjects from daily life to work in series or around a system, which can be subject or time-based.  She appreciates photography for its ability to immediately record the subject, but also for its capacity to “see” the scene in a different way than human vision does.  Her work experiments with random/chance events and systems and controlled tableaus and narratives, while routinely utilizing the visually compelling mix of materials and structures that suburban and urban environments provide.

Her interests include all forms of visual expression, including experimental and documentary film, dance, literature, philosophy and cultural history. Recently she has expanded her artistic explorations to include video work, creating short, non-narrative pieces that investigate our perceptions of space, memory, loss and impermanence.

In 2013, Barber completed a month-long artist’s residency at Stichting Kaus Australis in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, returning in May 2014 for a group show featuring attendees of the residency program. She was the recipient of an Individual Artist’s Grant from the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division for projects in 2002 - 2003 as well as in 2005­–2006.  She is currently part of a group exhibition In Search of Turrell at Jaus Gallery in Los Angeles and has had recent solo exhibitions at PØST, Haus Gallery and the Armory Center for the Arts, both in Pasadena.