Karley Sullivan is a nomadic visual artist who investigates perception and aesthetics through the use of drawing, painting, photography, and video. She has lived and worked in Seoul SK, Los Angeles CA, and Atlanta GA. She has exhibited at Yogiga Artspace (Seoul), and participated in exhibits at the Green Gallery (Minneapolis), Whitespace (Atlanta), and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits. Her photography has been published in the New York Times, Bomb Magazine, and Creative Loafing. She received a BFA in Drawing from the University of TN in 2006, and began her MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2012.
My practice is rooted in drawing and adapted through photographic technique and thought. Drawing helps me access an intuitive and direct line to the unconscious. The camera functions as a mediating machine that slows me down and encourages critical distance.