Natalie McKeever received her MFA in Digital Arts and New Media from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She earned her BFA in Visual Arts from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts. She has exhibited video and installations internationally since 2007. Highlights have included The Jersey City Museum, The Noyes Museum, Athens Video Art Festival, Women in Magmart Video Festival, and recently in ArtStreet Sacramento. Her research and writing has been published in NMEDIAC The Journal for New Media and Culture, the SciArt in America Blog, and presented at The Quantified Self Annual Conference. Natalie currently lives and works in Sacramento, CA.
In my artistic practice I use video, projection mapping, and interactive digital media such as biosensors to explore how humans consciously and unconsciously develop a sense of self. My work has progressed from a focus on the introspective world and the power of mental perception, to a study of the cognitive self as it is influenced by the body, and intertwined with other species and its environment. My work is in conversation with theories of embodiment and post-humanism, and studies of phenomenology and affect. I consider my practice a conceptual and research based method, linked strongly to critical theory.
- For questions, commissions, and exhibition opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Follow me on Instagram @natmckdigital.
Look for new work as part of my collaboration for the January 18 Audio Muse event at the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA.
The September issue of Sacramento Magazine featured a profile of myself and my sister Nicole. Article by Steph Rodriguez and photos by Tim Engle.
My animation "Skylight" won 2nd place in the Elevate Art Contest at the Arden Fair Mall. Thank you to all who voted!
"And The Sea" was installed during Water Week of Beacon: Sacramento , July 18-23.
New video collaboration with the McKeever School of Irish Dance's Performative Choreography class.