Isolde Kille is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in painting, photography and video. Born in Welver, Germany, she studied visual communication and painting at the art academies in Berlin and Dresden, finishing her studies with a master’s degree in fine arts (Meisterschüler) at the University of Arts in Berlin, Germany. As a graduate student in Berlin, Kille was involved in several independent art initiatives, which brought Kille into dialogue with he international art community and inspired her to move in 1998 to New York City. Since 2012 Kille lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
From two-dimensional works such as painting and photography to sculptural works and film/video, Kille works with a variety of techniques. In her work, she moves along the shifting line between the random and the structured, revealing different facets of her preoccupation with the powers and handicaps of perception.
Isolde Kille has shown domestically and internationally at venues such as: Kunstwerke and Kunsthaus Bethanien in Berlin, Germany; John Gibson Gallery, John Weber Gallery; Lital Mehr Gallery, Chelsea, New York, NY; Bass Museum, Miami Beach, Florida, among others.