Installation View of CRUDE examining the physical history of oil form the inception of hydrocarbons in nebula.
Kysa’s conceptual drawings, paintings and installations draw from science. Her recent Long Goodbye series uses subatomic decay patterns as a lexicon to build up compositions based on Hubble Space Telescope photographs of the life cycle of stars. A graduate of the Glasgow School of Art, she has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally including at The Aldrich Museum, The Tang Museum, The DeCordova Museum and The National Academy of Science. Her work has been written about extensively including in Art Forum, The New York Times, The New Yorker and Hyperallergic. She is a NYFA fellow and Pollock Krasner Grant recipient.