Since October of 1989, Kling has been persistent about living her life to the fullest. She started traveling alone at a young age and has made a connection to almost every major location through out the western hemisphere including places such as NYC, Hawaii, Canada, The British Virgin Islands, Europe, and Mexico. Robert Bryce Milburn followed and documented Kling's life from April 26th through May 1st, 2011, and during that week span, he learned a lot about this beautiful young woman. Kling is way ahead of present times in many ways, but yet she retains a timeless quality. As stated by Kling, she is artistically accomplished in spite of many challenges and can co-exist with personal demons so long as she continues producing art. During that week, Bryce was also able to document one of her on-going projects such as "Bloodline" and "Day-to-Day". Bloodline depicts an abstract version of her discomfort with America by using her own blood to screenprint. She hopes to promote unity within ...
A Social Graph by Robert Bryce Milburn.