New performance installation by Kite and Robbie Wing

July 8 - August 7th, 2022

Kite and Robbie Wing (Artist Website) will be presenting a new performance installation for Conjurings at CARA.

The soft opening of Center for Art, Research and Alliances (CARA) is happening this summer. Conjurings will happen over the course of three weekends of public programs shaped by scholars, artists, musicians, writers, machines, and multiple forms of intelligences and undefinable disciplines. Conjurings are an invocation, incantation, un-earthing, questioning, finding ceremony — to body-mindfully open up the space for future (un)doings. We want to fill CARA with voices and practices, to have a foundation in a physical space that involves people’s imprint and not only material infrastructure.

For more information, please visit CARA's website here

Halles Gallery - New York
225 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011


Vector Festival 2022: Glitch

July 14 - 24, 2022

Machine Bodies (Is Cyborg Good or Evil?) | Flagship Exhibition

Kite will be showing her work, done in collaboration with Aljumaine Gayle, Nicholas Shapiro and Ladan Mohamed Siad, LA Birdwatchers, for the Vector Festival 2022 flagship edition, presented at Interaccess Gallery in Toronto, ON. 

The Vector Festival 2022 flagship exhibition, Machine Bodies (Is Cyborg Good or Evil?), focuses on the relationship between body and machine – its tensions, (in)compatibilities, liminal spaces, and byproducts. In this exhibition curated by Karina Iskandarsjah, works by Xuan YeMadeleine Lychek, and artist collective L.A. Birdwatchers (Suzanne Kite, Aljumaine Gayle, Nicholas Shapiro and Ladan Mohamed Siad) utilize this uneasy interaction between body and machine to draw attention to the body’s labor within capitalism, as well as racial bias in surveillance and censorship. The works take form as a motion-sensored sound installation, an animated visualization of biodata, and experiments in AI image-making. Expanding on Vector Festival’s 2022 theme – glitch – the artists treat abstraction and a/synchronization as tools to question our digital safety and autonomy.

950 Dupont St., Unit 1.
Toronto ON M6H 1Z2

For more information, please visit the Vector Festival website here.


Fiber of My Being at Halles New York

Opening Reception:
Thursday, June 30th 6 – 8pm

Halles New York
547 West 20th Street, NY 10011, USA

Hales is delighted to announce Fiber of my being, a group exhibition in New York which brings together seven interdisciplinary artists: Teresa Baker, Bhasha Chakrabarti, Kite, Senzeni Marasela, Hardeep Pandhal, LJ Roberts and Phyllis Yao. The exhibition showcases the strand of their practice that explores fiber as a medium for critical and exploratory possibility. 

In both figuration and abstraction, the works investigate the language of textiles to communicate personal, historic, and cultural connections to identity, through materiality, texture and touch.  Material hybridity is found in the respective practices and works — combining and recontextualising the vocabularies of painting, drawing and performance through fiber making. Fiber is used as an expressive medium to embrace contemporary themes and techniques whilst drawing upon legacies and rich traditions. 

For more information, please visit the Halles website here

For Zitkála Šá Series (For Suzanne Kite)

For Zitkála-Šá at the Whitney Museum

Saturday, July 16th
Whitney Museum

99 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014

Kite will be forming part of a performance series by Raven Chacón titled For Zitkála-Šá, as part of the Whitney Bienniale. This performance will take place at the Whitney Museum in New York on July 16th. Stay tuned for more details that will be published on the Whitney's event page here. 

Forge Project:
Kite and Meranda Roberts in conversation

Kite and Meranda Roberts will be in conversation at the Forge Foundation on July 21, 2022. 

For more information, please visit the Forge Foundation website here
Flowers in the Basement

In connection with Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Kite will be workshopping new work, Flowers in the Basement, with Amy Ruhl, Alisha Wormsely, Frances Rodríguez, Mel Elberg.

There will Live rehearsal in Tulsa at FlyLoft Studios on July 28, 2022. 

FlyLoft Studios
117 N Boston Ave.Tulsa, OK 74103

For more information, stay tuned to the Tulsa Artist Fellowship website here.
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