Kyra Gross is an artist, theorist, and community organizer who believed a big man in the sky was watching her for most of her life. She now uses object making as a means to analyze the implications of religious thought on how people view themselves, others, and their communities from an anthropological point of view.Her work visualizes a the future of women as intellectual giants surviving and thriving in oppressive systems.

She hopes to help others reorient their lives post-god and provide a platform for identities which have been historically suppressed. She believes the systems that we collectively live in today are producing a dying planet – requiring a new generation of thought and activity- divorced from present-day binaries.