Kevin Warth is a Louisville-based interdisciplinary artist. His work explores identity, sexuality, and the body through a lens of queer subjectivity in order to deconstruct dominant narratives and ideologies. Through distinct methodologies, he contemplates matters that are inescapable for queer individuals: identity politics, representation, and trauma.
He is a founding member and Managing Editor for Ruckus - a critical art journal focusing on artistic excellence in Louisville.
Warth is a graduate of the Hite Art Institute at the University of Louisville, receiving a BFA in 2D Studio Art and a BA in Art History.