Victoria Keddie is an artist working in sound, video, and transmission. Her work concentrates on electromagnetic signal generation and field recording within concentrated energy fields. Keddies work explores the fluctuations of electromagnetic activity, ionospheric sounding, satellite debris and collision, and time sensitivity. Her video work plays with notions of the still frame, of image and sound synchronicity and collapse, the stereoscopic image and dimensional spaces.
Since 2012, Keedie has co-directed E.S.P. TV, a nomadic TV studio that hybridizes technologies to realize synthetic environments and deconstruct the televisual for live performance. Keddie has performed and exhibited internationally at venues and festivals such as, The Swiss Institute, The Kitchen, Museum of Moving Image, Queens Museum of Art, and Anthology Film Archives (NYC), Human Resources (Los Angeles), Lightcone, (Paris), Studio XX (Montreal), LOOP Festival (Barcelona), Pallas Projects (Dublin), Reykjavik Arts Festival (Reykjavik), General Public (Berlin), Axis Art Centre (Crew), The Independent Film Festival (Naples), Liste Art Fair (Basel), Seeing Sound Festival (Bath), and Daimon (Gatineau). With my project, E.S.P. TV, I have been artist-in-residence at Pioneer Works, Storefront for Art and Architecture, and the Museum of Arts and Design. Keddie’s video works are distributed through Lightcone, (Paris). Her sound works are released with Spectral Evidence, (Cambridge, MA), In Context Music (Vancouver/ NYC), and Robert & Leopold (NYC).