Bailey Keogh (USA, 1992) focuses on the ways in which technology builds upon the past in a corresponding conversation with that of art history through underlying facets of internet culture, human connection, and oppressive forces in society.
Keogh sources the material for her work through ‘online interactions’ contextualizing in a multitude of forms from reference images to raw data. The work itself is often not displayed but uploaded versions. Keogh’s ultimate goal is to use art to not only highlight societal problems but as a literal tool for change.
Based in Berlin since 2017, she has curated exhibitions like Haema, consulted crypto and blockchain projects, and produced work within her chosen mediums.