Kyle Benjamin Jorgensen is a multidsciplinary artist based in Los Angeles, California.
MFA - Art Center College of Design. 2018.
BFA - Idaho State University Department of Art and Architecture. Art History Minor. 2010.
RESIDENCIES & AWARDS
Jury Prize - Utah Ties Juried Exhibition, CUAC Gallery. Salt Lake City, UT. 2017.
Artist in Residence - Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. Salt Lake City, UT. August 2014 - August 2015.
Robie Robison Visual Arts Scholarship - John B. Davis Gallery, Idaho State University. 2009.
Fear of Forgetting (Mom) - Art Center College of Design. Pasadena, CA. 2018.
Survival Scenarios You'll Never Believe Actually Exist. - Art Center College of Design. Pasadena CA. 2017.
Parastroke - Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. Salt Lake City UT. 2015.
Kinetic Theories - LxWxHx Gallery. Seattle WA. 2013.
Chromatics and Canopies - Gallery Hijinks. San Francisco CA. 2012.
Bigger Than Us - Scranch. Twenty-Nine Palms, CA. 2019 OPAF - San Pedro, CA. 2019
Some Ruins - Scranch. Twenty-Nine Palms, CA. 2018.
Pure Cream - Other Places Art Fair. San Pedro, CA. 2018.
Refresh! - Gallery La Croix. Pasadena, CA. 2016.
House Party - Compound Gallery. Portland, OR. 2015.
The Weight of the World: A Contemporary Art Exhibition of Affect and Reason - Arizona State University Institute for Humanities Research. Tempe, AZ. 2015.
Gala Exhibition - Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. Salt Lake City, UT. 2014.
Space//Squared - White Walls Gallery. San Francisco, CA. 2014.
SELECTED JURIED EXHIBITIONS
Utah Ties Juried Show - CUAC Gallery. Salt Lake City, UT. 2017. Juried by Mary Leigh Cherry.
Utah Ties Juried Show - CUAC Gallery. Salt Lake City, UT. 2014. Juried by Adam Gildar
"Play Time", Faesthetic #14, Toledo Museum of Art, May 2015.
7x7 Magazine, San Francisco, February 2012.
96 Hours, San Francisco Chronicle, January 5 - 8th, 2012.
Creation and Direction of DESCALE Mobile Project Structure
VADA and EFTA - Art Center College of Design. Pasadena, CA. May 2019.
Farewell Coyote Hill - Site specific video works by Ren Ebel. Los Angeles, CA May-June 2019.
The Creators Project