Kyra Garrigue is a new media artist living in upstate New York. Her work explores the details of everyday life through macro photography, scanography, video (single channel and installation) and audio soundscapes. Her artistic path has included studying a variety of art forms from music at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, fine arts at The Art Students League in New York city to photography and sculpture at The School of Visual Arts, where she received her BFA. She also holds a certificate in Digital Media from Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center in New York and an MFA in Electronic Art from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. Her work has been exhibited across the globe in exhibitions and festivals such as: The New York Video Festival ; The International Media Art Festival at The Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art; CITYZOOMS at The Uebersee Museum, Germany; Photophobia at The Art Gallery of Hamilton, Canada; and Pulse at The Bass Museum of Art, FL. She has also had solo exhibitions at The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts and Recto y Verso ( upcoming 2023), in Albany, NY. In addition, she has had an artist residency at The Elizabeth Murrary residencies and work published in the Vassar Review. Currently, Ms. Garrigue resides in the Capital District area and is an Assistant Professor of Digital Media at Hudson Valley Community College.  

Listen here for a recent interview with Justin Baker on the podcast Art Town. Art Town

Art Town is an upstate NY podcast hosted by Justin Baker. Inspired by art and craft, once a month Justin sits down with regional artists and artisans to discuss their work, inspiration and life.