Lillian P. H. Kology is an artist living and working in Boston, MA. In addition to her studio practice, she is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA and works at the Future Heritage Lab of MIT as Lead Artistic Researcher. She has shown at the Peabody Essex Museum in conjunction with the Massachusetts Poetry Festival, the Boston Convention Center, the Ely Center of Contemporary Art, the Marblehead Arts Association, the Cambridge Arts Association, and Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. Originally from the Catskill Mountains of New York, she cut her teeth making sculpture from clay torn from the creek bed in her backyard, and holding the end of her architect father’s tape measure at job sites. Her artwork explores symbolic and physical interaction between bodies and objects in domestic spaces.