Kit Warren's paintings and works on paper explore the weight and significance of intention of a mark, whether it be the deliberate information contained in lines that make up a word or the figurative suggestions contained in horizontal and vertical lines and the circle. The artist uses densely pigmented metallic paints that shimmer against the velvety blackboard-like ground of her work. Warren’s work questions the boundaries of written symbols and sign systems and the meaning when marks dissolve or cohere into significance.


Warren earned residencies and awards from Chateau Orquevaux in Champagne, France, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Creative Fellowship, Baltimore, MD, The Salstonstall Foundation Fellowship, Ithaca, NY, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA and The Viewing Program, The Drawing Center, New York, NY. Warren completed a Certificate Program in Interactive Media at NYU, New York, NY, earned a BFA from University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA and an MFA from School of Visual Arts, New York, NY. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.