Kayla Romberger is an artist and arts organizer based in Philadelphia. Exhibitions of her work include Satellite Projects (Miami), the 4th Gwangju Design Biennale (Gwangju, South Korea), BASE Beijing (China), MOCAD, Work-Detroit, and the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 (New York). Reviews of Romberger’s work have appeared in The Guardian, The Detroiter, ArtForum, and Designboom, among other publications.

Romberger holds an MFA in Art & Design and Certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Michigan. Prior to teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, she held internships in programming and education at the Whitney Museum of Art and Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia (ICA). She is co-founder and co-director of the bookshop and exhibition space Ulises, where she has organized exhibitions with artists and publishing groups including Hannah Black, Martine Syms, Pablo Helguera, Hardworking Goodlooking, and Bidoun. Current projects include “Publishing As Practice,” an experimental art publishing residency funded by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.