Benjamin Keddy
Pardon Our Appearance, 2016Double Hung, ver. 1, 2016Now You See It, Now You See It.Better World ClubCross Talk, 2013Phone Booth, 2013Selves (Sitting with Myself, 2012)Distant Refractions, 2012Reclamation, 2012Wild Things, 2012In the Game, 2011On Axis, 2010Globes (Flirtation), 2005

6-Channel Audio Installation

Aluminum conduit, acrylic lamps, switches, speakers, various other electronics.

22 x 43 feetDichotomy

Benjamin Keddy is an New York City area artist and composer originally from Boston.

His art focuses on producing work in sound, sculpture, and video. His solo exhibitions and installations include Better World Club, Cambridge, MA (2014); Selves, Zuständige Behörde/I.A.M, Leipzig Lindenau (2013); and Cross Talk, Zentralle/I.A.M, Berlin-Wedding (2013). His group exhibitions and installations include Departure, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL (2013) and The Sky Is Falling, Byrdcliffe/Kleinert James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY (2012), Wavepaint Gallery, Ipswich, MA (2010).

His residencies include the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Process Space (2016), Niederlassung, Institut für Alles Mögliche, Berlin-Wedding, Germany (2016) and Zentrale, Institut für Alles Mögliche, Berlin-Wedding, Germany (2013). His awards include Best Use of Sound for Bright, Athens International Film Festival, Athens, OH (2011) and Best Original Score for Sympathetic Details, Almost Famous International Festival, Phoenix, AZ, (2008).

He received a B.F.A. from Long Island University, an M.A. from Emerson College and an M.F.A. from the University of Illinois.