Colleen Keough is an intermedia artist working in lens and time-based media, performance, installation, Digital Arts, and hybrid art forms. Her work explores the intersection of pop culture, identity, myth and technology through integrated media works which investigate the voice, and fragmentation of identity and language through electronic modes of communication and identification.
2021 NYC Independent Film Festival, Venus Rising, Official Selection. New York, New York
2021 59th Ann Arbor Film Festival, Venus Rising, Official Selection, Competition Screening. Ann Arbor, MI
2020 DUMBO Brooklyn, Light Year 68: Thresholds and Beyond"
Creation Myth, Manhattan Bridge Video Projection,
2020 Wave Farm, Afternoon Show Broadcast, “Perpetual Drift”, radio art work, Hudson Valley, New York
2020 RADIOPHRENIA, Radio Broadcast Exhibition, “Perpetual Drift” radio art work, Glasgow, Scotland
2020 Micro Moments online, Stylophone Performance, Contemporary Irish Art Center, Los Angeles, CA
2020 Frost International Independent Online Film Festival, Official Selection, Venus Rising
2020 Movie Mondays, InLuma, Online Video Screening, Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, CA,
2019 Manifest Dismantling, Creation Myth, Video Screening, Cyberarts Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA
2019 Frame & Frequency: Fantastic Bodies, iLook, Concourse Gallery, VisArts, Rockville, MD
2018 ANTHROPOCENE, Welcome to Global Cone, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY
2018 Converge – an exhibit of video art, Gallery 244, UMASS Dartmouth, New Bedford, MA
2018 SIFT, Performance, Drawing Marathon, Studio Arts Building, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
2017 Frame and Frequency Select Screening / iLook / Dupont Underground, Washington DC
2017 17 Days (vol.8) Exhibition at The Niche, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
2017 Serial Box Nighttime Screening Project, U of Missouri, Single Channel Video, “iLook” Columbia, MO
2017 Frame and Frequency 3, Dual exhibition taking place at In(site) Project Gallery VisArts, Rockville, MD
and Museum of Contemporary Art, Bogotá, Colombia
2017 17 Days (vol.8) Exhibition, Western Michigan University Atrium Gallery, Kalamazoo, MI / Video