Born in Zurich in 1970, Cyril Kuhn studied law, worked as a bouncer, roofer and servant. He received a MFA in Film and Video from CalArts in 2001.
Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles
c-level. Los Angeles (http://c-level.org/history.html)
Message Salon, Zurich (http://old.likeyou.com/messagesalon_bottkuhn/)
The Laguna Art museum
Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles (http://www.jancargallery.com/)
LA Arthouse, Los Angeles
As a member of the artist-run cooperative c-level from 2001-2004, Kuhn organized events and produced several video shorts. In 2004, his collaborative video installation JOYCE with Ron Athey was realized at Kampnagel theatre, Hamburg and toured throughout England and Scotland .
Since 2005 Kuhn turned to painting like his mother Rosina Kuhn and his grandfather Adolf Funk. His grandmother is the textile artist Lissy Funk.