Kaitlin Bryson is an artist working on environmental and social justice issues. Her artistic practice and activism focuses on biological and metaphysical applications of healing to respond to the pervasive harms happening in the world. Bryson works primarily with fungi as material, metaphor and collaborators for her artworks.
She holds an MFA in Art and Ecology from the University of New Mexico and currently lives and works in the western United States. SBryson has received support from the Lannan and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation(s) to create ecologically, remediative artworks nationally and internationally. In 2019, Bryson co-founded The Submergence Collective, an environmental art collective focused on projects that envision a more collaborative, creative, hopeful, and ecologically connected future for our human species and the rest of the living world.