Kit Wu-Bylett b. 1988 is a studio artist based out of OUR NEON FOE in Leichhardt, Australia; on the ancestral lands of the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora Nation.


I offer you my vitality for your pleasure      ♡      

Kit Wu-Bylett’s multi-disciplinary practice dips into the social and cultural currencies that they cash-in and splash-out on in the name of self expression. Their works derive from personal encounters of forming and performing identity, especially through our chosen accoutrements and rituals of manicure. In a twisted game of capitalist self-portraiture, Kit sifts through inherent familial gifts and cultural conditioning to distill consumable objects of desire.

Kit uses installation, video, and performance to present their work as goods and services. These works often look to the archetype and alchemy of edibles such as candy, organ meat, dough, ceremonial fruit and medicinal plants. The cultural basis of of their work stems directly from lived-experience as a person of Hong Kong-Chinese and British ancestry, and growing up in Australia. 

Kit Wu-Bylett is an emerging Eora-based artist who has shown in artist run spaces such as Our Neon Foe, Articulate project space, and Tiles Lewisham. In 2022, Kit collaborated with Monica Rani Rudhar and Rachel Levine on their immersive installation, Second Guest Wellness, at Cement Fondu.

She continues to participate in projects with Worship Queer Collective and Kaleidoscope Collective, showing with these LGBTQIA+ communities at the Red Rattler, The Bearded Tit and 107 Projects. Kit also performed at Performance Space’s The Pleasure Arc for 2023 World Pride.

Kit debuted their solo show, Unattainable, at Our Neon Foe in October 2023.