Image: Charlie Hillhouse

Kinly Grey works with light, smoke, metaphysics, and feeling. Their site-specific installations poetically reimagine ways to understand the world and ourselves within it. Immersive and participatory, Kinly’s works are centred on audience experience and interaction. Combining sciences, mythologies, memory, and dreams, Kinly’s works are explorations of feeling and experience that intersect the intimately personal with the cosmically reflective.

Kinly is currently based in Meanjin (Brisbane).

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