Kevin Warth is a Louisville-based multimedia artist. He utilizes photography and fiber art to examine discrepancies between prevailing narratives and lived experience. Queer theory, in its endless deconstruction of the status quo and celebration of the radical, indeterminate, and inane, is a crucial inspiration for his practice. 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.