Alexander Kaye is an artist, designer and fabricator known for their object-focused creations that delve into both conceptual and aesthetic themes. Born in Southeast Michigan in 1989 to a blue-collar family, they soon veered towards a life of art and creativity ultimately graduating with a degree in Fine Arts in Detroit Michigan, 2003. As a multidisciplinary artist their focus of work includes experimental object artworks, sculpture, light art, sound art, conceptual art, and anything else that becomes a point of creative interest along the way. As a neurodivergent person with ADHD, their creative and experiential moments of hyper-focus over the years have culminated into an artistic ethos and style that is greater than the sum of its parts, and expansive in its intention and scope. Their work seeks to introduce joy and intrigue to viewers through presentation of captivating aesthetic elements while simultaneously exploring conceptual and metaphorical themes involving institutional-critique (in both capitalist and societal structures), class struggle, active cultivation of joy and peace, and environmentally-conscious practices within the intellectual-framework of the art itself.