Benjamin Keddy is an artist and composer originally from Boston. Currently producing work in sound, sculpture, and video installation, his art practice alludes to modes of human interconnectivity in relationship to technology, contemporary notions of privacy, spatial embodiment, and time. Keddy's work has been featured in exhibitions at the Wavepaint Gallery, Ipswich, MA, and the Byrdcliffe Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY, and most recently in Berlin and Leipzig Germany in conjunction with a Fall 2013 residency. He has received awards for his music and sound in film from the Almost Famous International Film Festival in Phoenix and the Athens International Film Festival in Athens, OH. Keddy has a BFA in studio art from Long Island University and an MA in Media Art from Emerson College, Boston.