Kimberly A. Sutton is a cellist, sound artist and composer living in Chicago, IL. Her sound work explores the subtleties of daily life and connections between the physical properties of sound and cultural signifiers of its content. As a composer and improviser her practice involves meditational exploration of a physical connection with an instrument. Recent sound work has been shown at ArtPrize and the Chicago Home Theater Festival and compositions at Detroit Contemporary and the Technosonics Festival at the University of Virginia (2015). She has a BA in Political Science and Music from the University of Chicago and an MFA in Electronic Music from Mills College, where she studied with John Bischoff and Roscoe Mitchell.