Toby Kaufmann-Buhler


Toby Kaufmann-Buhler (based in Lafayette, Indiana) explores sensory perception, identity and memory through his work in image, sound and space. This involves the integration of a number of different media including video, film, found/composed sound, text and installation work. He has produced collaborative work with a number of musicians, composers, poets and visual artists, and his installation work utilizing custom-designed video projection has been exhibited in numerous venues.


Kaufmann-Buhler is a recipient of the Foundation Prize from Peripheral Vision Arts, and in 2017 will be a resident artist at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. Alongside many group exhibitions, he has had solo exhibitions at the James Watrous Gallery (Madison, Wisconsin), Window - re/production re/presentation (public art project space in Asheville, North Carolina), and Little Monroe Gallery (Madison, Wisconsin). Kaufmann-Buhler’s video work has also been featured in national and international touring screenings and festivals in gallery and theatrical venues. He has a BA in Fine Arts from the University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida USA) and an MA from the Royal College of Art (London, England).


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