Kim Brandt has presented her work at MoMA/PS1, Pace Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, SculptureCenter, The Kitchen, ISSUE Project Room, Pioneer Works, Bric, 411 Kent, Artists Space, The Clark, Catskill Art Space, Ceysson & Benetiere, Klaus Von Nichtssagend and AVA Gallery, among others. Her work has been supported by The Irving Sandler Prize (2023), a Princeton University Hodder Fellowship (2020-2021), a NYFA Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Arts (2018), a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists Award (2017), the Mertz Gilmore Foundation (2016-2018), a Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grant (2016), and a Brooklyn Arts Fund Grant (2016). She's been an artist in residence at The Chocolate Factory (2024), Triangle (2022-2023), Sharpe-Walentas (2021-2022), Chinati Foundation (2019), MoMA/PS1 (2017-2018), Djerassi (2018), Movement Research (2021; 2016-2018), Bogliasco Foundation (2016), and Issue Project Room (2015). Recent press includes reviews and interviews in ArtForum, The New York Times, Art in America, Artsy, The Cut, Performa Magazine, Bomb Magazine, Girls Like Us and Marfa Public Radio, and her writing has been published by Smithsonian Archives of American Art Journal, Chinati Foundation, Sound American and Critical Correspondence. Brandt received a MFA in Sculpture from Tyler School of Art and a BA from Hampshire College.