Kedron Parker is an artist based in Wellington.
Her work is about place. She explores her responses through environmental installation, sound, photography and video. Her recent works include collaborations such as Inanga Love Park, Hello Pigeons, the Wet Index, and Kumutoto Stream.
Kedron joined Occupation: Artist in 2019 and participated in Tread Lightly for Park(ing) Day, in conduction with the Wellington Sculpture Trust.
- Bachelor of Social Work, University of Georgia 1992
- Intern for Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg Tennessee 1992
- Intern for the Headlands Center for the Arts, CA 1994
- Masters of Social Work, VCU 1995
- AIDS Activist, Medical Social Worker 1990’s
- Musician, performed in Menthol Hill, the Kids of Widney High, and Musicantica 1990’s – 2000’s
- Audio Post-Production Coordinator for Animation for Klasky Csupo, creating cartoons for Nickelodeon Late 90’s – 2003
- Marketing, Tone Casualties & Casual Tonalities Record Labels, at Klasky Csupo early 2000’s
- General Manager, Access Radio, 2004-08
- Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, Immigration New Zealand, Wellington Regional Settlement Strategy 2008-13
2014 – Present: Artist. Works include:
- Inanga Love Park Pictures, 2018-19
- Field Days Bachelor of the Year, 2018
- Inanga Love Park, 2017
- Sanctuary, 2016-17
- Hello Pigeons, 2016
- The Water Sensitive Urban Design Study Group, 2015
- The Wet Index, 2015
- Kumutoto Stream, 2014-15