Kyle Lane-McKinley

Kyle Lane-McKinley

ABOG Author

Kyle Lane-McKinley is an artist and an educator in Santa Cruz, California, where he lives with his partner Madeline Lane-McKinley, and their daughter Tuli. Kyle completed an MFA in Digital Art and New Media at UC Santa Cruz in 2010, where he continues to work as a lecturer, research associate, and as associate-director of the Social Practice Arts Research Center (SPARC at UCSC). Kyle’s pedagogy is informed by his background in worker collectives, popular education projects, and grassroots social movements. His research interests include theories of representation and reification, critical spatial practice, revolutionary feminism, speculative futurism, and counter-cultural history.

Kyle Lane-McKinley's Posts
  • Decolonizing the Land,
    Decolonizing the Mind
  • Fellowship Workshop
    with Miguel Luciano
  • What It Takes to Be Free: Artists Respond to the Criminal Justice System