Lauren Levato Coyne (she/they) is a queer artist and writer whose transdisciplinary works focus on ecosystems, gardens, hybrid forms, and chimerism. She writes across forms of nonfiction and poetry and is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Marriage Bones (Fractal Edge Press) and at the hotel andromeda (dancing girl press), a collaborative art/writing folio project with Kristy Bowen. Her most recent art writing can be found in Sculpture and White Hot magazines. Levato Coyne's visual works include drawing, painting, costume making, photography, and sculpture. Her work is widely exhibited in galleries and museums.
Levato Coyne earned her MFA in painting from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. She holds a series of dual undergraduate degrees including writing & literature and gender & ethnic studies from Purdue University and political journalism from Georgetown University. She is currently a programming director at Ferrin Contemporary in North Adams, MA.