Kim Alpert


With a background in fine art, music, and carpentry Kim brings an attention to detail and diverse styles to both her installation and video work. Kim’s art primarily focuses on humanism, media and change. Kim holds a degree in Digital Art & Design from Full Sail University and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2013. Kim performs improvised motion landscapes with analog and digital equipment focusing on found footage manipulation. She is currently performing in a duo with Helen Gillet, the Instigation Orchestra, and Mike Reed’s Flesh and Bone. Kim has displayed her work at places like SOFA Expo, The Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago and Facets Cinematheque and is in the permanent collection of the National Music Centre of Canada with an immersive interactive gesture room exploring sound and light. She focuses on creative executions merging aesthetics, psychology and technology. Kim is the founder of Make Amazing and continues to create and support art and social good through design. She is an outspoken advocate for social change through technology, meditation and bananas. For more information about Kim or her work, please go to