As an artist, I am fascinated by the concept of visualizing energy and the transformative experience of moving between different states of consciousness. Inspired by Zen philosophy, I use mixed reality to create immersive works that invite viewers to explore these ideas and tap into their own meditative states.
Collaboration is also an essential part of my artistic process, and I enjoy working with specialists from various fields to bring my ideas to life. I also incorporate cutting-edge technology, such as AI, into my works, which allows me to push the boundaries of what is possible and create truly unique experiences for my viewers.
I am thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase my latest works at the inaugural Kagoo section of Expanded for Art Osaka. This solo exhibition represents the culmination of years of exploration and experimentation, and I am excited to share it with the world.
1970 Born in U.S.A
1997 Graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions
2022 Lecturer at Rutgers University
2022 J-Collabo AAME award
2022 satellite exhibitions for Expo Chicago & NYC NFT
2021 Art Dubai, Art Basel Miami NFT conference exhibit
2017 Architectural Digest cover feature
J-Collabo and BEAF are thrilled to co-present our first exhibition in Japan, featuring the work of New York-based artist Kevin Heisner, who won the 2022 AAME award. With his longstanding interest in merging art and technology, as well as his background in architecture, Heisner creates works that bridge the gap between perspectives in innovative ways. Through our exhibitions, we aim to promote understanding and appreciation of Japanese culture and highlight the interconnectedness of different philosophies through art. This exhibition showcases Heisner's mixed reality works, providing viewers with a unique perspective that transcends cultural boundaries.