A play on words or a layer of multiple meanings, Fleet(ing) is a series of installations that are a combination of assimilated ingredients from eastern and western traditions resourced over the years. Influenced by art history, American folk art, and contemporary culture Fleet(ing) speaks about the nature of time, reverence for the past and the ephemeral nature of our contemporary society.
Amy S. Kauffman was born in South Korea and earned her MFA in Painting at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. "Repetitive Acts" by Danielle Lessovitz is a short film documenting Amy S. Kauffman's process and preparations for her first solo show. "Repetitive Acts" received an award for Excellence in Artist Profiles on Ovation TV and was screened at the Portland Women's Film Festival. Amy S. Kauffman has exhibited in New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Tokyo, and her work is in several private collections.