Anpetu Waste and Happy New Year


I wanted to share that I have relocated from Tulsa, OK to Ancram, NY. This spring semester I will Artist in Residence and Visiting Scholar at Bard College and will teach one class, Indigenous Methodologies for Arts Research in the department of Social Studies.


I am looking forward to going to see shows and openings in NYC so invite me to things! 



Bandcamp Update

Visit Kite's new updated Bandcamp website to keep up with her most recent work. 

Listening: land-language-dreams

Scott Benesiinaabandan and Kite in conversation for Gallery TPW


For the third and final program of Audibility, Scott Benesiinabandan interviews artist, musician, performer and scholar, Kite. Throughout their exploratory conversation Kite shares insight into her visual and musical practice, while the two touch on the differences between listening in the physical versus the dream world, the translation of language and dreams, the etymology and spiritual underpinning of words in Anishnaabemowin and Lakota, memoires, and the relationship between land and language. Perhaps Scott sums up the interview best when he says: “sound really ties us to the human experience.”

​To access this interview, please visit Gallery TPW's series Audibility here.

| Suzanne Kite at Eyeo 2022 |

Nonhuman Futures at EYEO 2022

Access a recording of Kite giving her lecture, Nonhuman Futures, for EYEO Festival 2022. 

Kite investigates our current and future relationships to nonhumans, especially to technology and artificial intelligence, as well as developing protocols through her artistic practice. Humans are already surrounded by objects which are not understood to be intelligent or even alive, and seen as unworthy of relations. How can humanity create a future with relations between technology or artificial intelligence and humans without an ethical-ontological orientation with which to understand what is worthy of relation and what is not? In order to create relations with any nonhuman entity, not just entities which seem human, the first steps are to acknowledge, understand, and know that the nonhuman are ‘being’ in the first place. Indigenous ontologies already exist to understand forms of ‘being’ which are outside of humanity.

For more information, please visit EYEO's website and Twitter:

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