From an art and design background, Kylie works in the medium of film. Research work specifically focuses on philosophical investigations into a variety of film and TV series. Examining a range of narratives and characters to animate philosophical discussions.
Recent work includes an investigation into ShowTime’s Penny Dreadful, which attempts to glimpse beyond the surface façade of the characters, with particular attention to the term monster. A term that is not only applicable to a few individuals, or one particular sex, but a reflection of the series portrayal of society.
Current work includes an analysis of NBC’s Awake, and the implicit philosophical notions found in its narrative. Applying the works of Kierkegaard, Wittgenstein, and Sartre as a means of comparing a theological existential reading of the narrative with an atheist reading.
Practical work includes experimental video sculpture, corporate videos and stop motion animation.
- (2019), The Monster Within: Lily in Penny Dreadful, in Steven Gerrard, Samantha Holland, Robert Shail (ed.) Gender and Contemporary Horror in Television (Emerald Studies in Popular Culture and Gender, Volume) Emerald Publishing Limitted, pp.71-82
- Academia profile
- Lyric Oneexhibition, (2014), Mission Gallery.
- ‘The Scarecrow short film screened at ASFF (Asethetica Short Film Festival) (2013).
- Group show at the Convergence Exhibition, (2012), Mission Gallery.
- Medusa– short film nominated for ‘Best experimental film’ at Screen Tests Film Festival London (2010).