Layla Klinger (b. 1993, Tel Aviv), is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in Brooklyn. Her primary focus is the intersection of lace-making, technology and queer spaces. Her works have been presented globally, including at Mana Contemporary, Urban Zen Foundation, the Fiberart International Biennale, and a solo show at Rosenfeld Gallery (2020). She created site-specific installations for the Little Island Festival (Greece), the New York Public Library, FRATZ Festival (Berlin) and Nightlight Festival (Tel Aviv). She earned her MFA in Textiles from Parsons School of Design in 2021, where she is currently an adjunct faculty member.
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