Kerry Tribe’s large scale projects in film, video and installation investigate the relationships between consciounsess and the moving image. She regularly collaborates with individuals from a range of non-art disciplines to produce ludic philosophical inquiries through structurally rigorous forms. Tribe’s “Greystone” (2013) was screened at the Rotterdam International Film Festival, The New York Film Festival and The London BFI Film Festival. Her performance “Critical Mass” was staged at The Tate Modern in London; the Museum of Modern Art in New York; the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane; the Power Plant, Toronto; Modern Art, Oxford; Camden Arts Centre, London and Arnolfini, Bristol. She received an Artadia Fund for Art and Dialog in 2013, and was a United States Artist Fellow and Creative Capital Grantee in 2012. Tribe is represented by 1301PE in Los Angeles, where she currently works and lives.