Blythe is currently living in both London and New York. She received her BFA from Parsons School of Design, and has recently been accepted and is enrolled in the Goldsmiths University MFA program in London for Fine Art (2018- 2020). Last year, Blythe participated in Art in the Parks: UNIQLO Park Expressions Grant by installing a large interactive sculpture in Fort Greene Park called Circadia. Art in the Parks supports the creation of artworks by New York City-based emerging artists.
Most recently she completed a series of work at the artist residency, Casa Lu in Mexico City (July-Sept, 2018). At Casa Lu, Blythe worked with local materials and architectural techniques found in Mexico City and the Oaxaca region. Using local wood, glass, and metal workers for a series of window like wall sculptures she explored concepts of the non-space.
Blythe's works consists of multi faceted surface oriented excavation plates. These forms are often excavated or carved out and viewed as convex or concave works. Each piece follows motions of cutting, removing, and documenting creating a type of archaeological practice. This process is created in order to discover the thin veil of shared space or transparent space. Concepts of the non-space are also inspired by: (Of Other Spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias, by MICHEL FOUCAULT 1967). The non-space or shared space of what is removed provides further explanation for that which isn't seen.