Isolde Kille, a visual artist exploring a variety of materials and locations works in both complexities and simplicities. During the Artist Talk she shares her recent experiences and time at Joshua Tree embedded impressions from the landscape and the lands natural beauty on her and in her work.


Kille's works involve both an introspective search for meaning and identity and yet a universal exploration of humanities; many pieces seem to play between macro and micro views of the cosmos or cellular slide presentations. At Isolde engages earth materials, the disintegration time affords and the impression it leaves, relates to surrealism exploration of the depths of the mind and reality.

Since October 2022 Isolde Kille is a member of the experimental Art Lab UNCOOL. Artists are its most important actor and must have complete freedom and access to the means of production-distribution to continue creating meaning in a material-emotional-spiritually sustainable way. 


“The Making of Unmaking, Part 1” featuring classic and contemporary artists. Artists featured are Robert Rauschenberg, Isolde Kille, Julie Schenkelberg, and Andrea Burgay.

Randee Silv talks with Isolde Kille; a message system, documenting the in between as a constant, the history of objects, quasa object, non-objects, hyper realities. Experimentation is mantra!” 

Luca Curci talks with Timespecific aka Isolde Kille, during MIXING IDENTITIES, the third appointment of CANVAS ART FAIR, at THE LINE Contemporary Art Space.


Isolde Kille is a contemporary German-American artist known for her experimental approach working in painting, photography, installation and video/film.

During the three month artist residency at GlogauAIR, I intend to re-visit my old neighborhoods in Berlin and document the city in Photography and Video. Flashes of information, sensations, details, playing with the known and un-known of images and memory in Time and Space. As an end result I imagine a multi layered installation with enlarged detailed photographs and projected video images, scenes… creating a virtual field that connects to an intuitive feeling rather the reading of context.

Barbed Magazine features the series 'Into the Woods'. Similar to a Rohrschach test, INTO THE WOODS is mirroring photographic close up shots from my recent visit (2/16) to the Red Woods near San Francisco, California.

The 12th Semiannual Competition at Dave Bown Projects was curated by Kathleen Goncharov, Curator of Contemporary Art, Boca Raton Museum of Art; Irene Hofmann, Director and Chief Curator, SITE Santa Fe; Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

The Island Series are ‘Earth Capsules’, trapping Earth as well as Pigments and Oil paint in-between Glass and Canvas.

RAYOGRAM. Abstract photographic series on black and white fiberpaper