Bailey Keogh

'5 years and still no call (diptych)'
13x9x4 cm
wax, gelatine, nails, metal wire

5 Years and Still No Call is an imagined ‘future artifact’ naively exploring the past. Forged of materials like wax and gelatine, the Nokia phone, that the sculpture imitates, is rendered inoperable. 5 Years and Still No Call explores the miscommunication between the future and the past when riddled with data rot, misinformation, time and otherwise.

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    About the artist

    Bailey Keogh (USA) is a Berlin based artist and DJ whose work spans across mediums in efforts to distort people’s perceptions of realities, real and imagined. Treading always with a less-than-academic and certainly-not-sterile nature, Keogh’s analyses in her work are those formed from a foundation of softness and care paired with hard aesthetics. She often bridges the gaps between the tangible and the virtual within the videos, paintings and installations she produces around topics like misinformation, disinformation, and media literacy. Keogh studied fine art at Universität der Künste Berlin where she was a tutor for Monica Bonvicini.

    Her work has been shown at Museum für Fotografie Berlin, Alicante Museum of Contemporary Art, Transmediale/CTM, Art Basel Miami and Torrance Art Museum.