Natalie McKeever is a digital media artist who uses video, animation, physical computing, and programming in her work. She received her MFA in Digital Arts + New Media from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and BFA in Visual Arts from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Natalie has exhibited video and installations internationally since 2007. Highlights have included The Jersey City Museum, Athens Video Art Festival, and the Women in Magmart Video Festival. 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.
Since recently moving to Sacramento, CA, she has shown her work locally as part of ArtStreet, Beacon: Sacramento, Elevate Arden Fair, Audio Muse at the Crocker Art Museum, and Behind the Barre at the Crest Theater. Her work was highlighted in a feature article in the Sept. 2017 issue of Sacramento Magazine. In 2018 Natalie was nominated as Emerging Artist of the Year by the Sacramento Region Arts and Business Council.
Her art and research has progressed from a focus on the introspective world and the power of mental perception, to a study of the self as it is influenced by the body, and intertwined with other species and its environment. She creates meditative, hypnotic imagery and environments with a twinge of the terror sublime.
Includes exhibition record and bibliography.
Comstock’s Magazine featured an interview about my artwork since I’ve moved to Sacramento in June’s Art Exposed article.
Thank you California Northstate Universtiy for inviting me as a guest speaker for their CHS Professional Media Artist Series. Always love to share my art and process!
Thrilled to be a collaborator for Capital Dance Project's Behind the Barre show at the Crest Theater! Get your tickets for the Aug. 10 and 11th shows.
I will be teaching a Film Production course for teens with the Crocker Art Museum's Education Department in March. Sign up!
I'm honored to be nominated by the Arts and Business Council as one of the Sacramento Regions' Emerging Artists of the year. Thank you!
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.