Kelly Heaton is an artist who employs original software and found objects in her sculpture and installations. Her work has been exhibited at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts; MIT’s Weisner Building; The School of the Museum of Fine Arts; and at the Arts Guild in Durham, North Carolina. She has been awarded an Artist Residency at The Art Interactive in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a L’Oreal Promotion Prize in the Art and Science of Color, and a Jacob Javits Fellowship for graduate study in fine arts, among other prizes. Heaton received her Master of Science degree in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT in 2000.
Awards and Accomplishments
Heaton has solo exhibition at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York and is featured as a Critic's Pick in New York Magazine
Bibiota consists of two separate interactive works using children’s toys. Reflective Loop, a computer-activated wall of “Furby” toys that react t…
Mar 07 2013 – Mar 10 2013
Sep 08 2012 – Oct 27 2012
Jun 25 2011 – Jul 29 2011