Amy Karle uses the mind, body, science, and technology to create art. Working across a variety of platforms, she engages questions about what it means to be human by creating projects on, around, or about the body. She creates sculptures, garments/wearables, and performance using physiology, consciousness, and technology to create representations of our internal states so that we may study the mind and body and even learn to reprogram it.
Karle’s mission is to raise consciousness and contribute to social, political, and technical development. As an artist and designer, she is also a provocateur and a futurist. Karle leverages new technologies to create art that catalytically examines material and spiritual aspects of life, and open minds to future visions of how technology could be utilized to support and enhance humanity.
Amy Karle attended Alfred University and Cornell University, where she received degrees in Art and Design as well as Philosophy. She is co-founder of Conceptual Art Technologies and has shown work in 46 exhibitions worldwide. She has been named one of the “Most Influential Women in 3D Printing” and her bioart work has contributed to the establishment of a new discipline in the art world.
The Latest from Amy Karle
The American Arts Incubator – Poland “Layers of Life” workshop questioned “What is Life in the Bio-Tech Era?” through the lens of empowerment – exploring this pivotal point we are at in evolution across many strata, including personal, social, emotional and...read more
We are more than halfway into American Arts Incubator — Poland, and it has been an amazing journey witnessing our growth, development, and empowerment of participants and myself through the “Layers of Life” workshop. Layers of Life // First Day from Amy Karle....read more
The process of making art is like the process of exploring yourself. For me, it is one and the same. Making art is a process of exploring myself and the world around me, making sense of it in a way that is beyond the thinking mind… from a place of all of these...read more