Graham Keddie is an East Midlands-based Sculptor working in multimedia across: casting, wood, metals, film, print, digital media and installation.
I describe my current visual art practice in August 2014 as:
‘Examining the Philosophy of Ordinary Language, love and the consumption of milk’ and ‘not everything I say is necessarily true but, I never tell a lie’.
Graham Keddie, carries out his practice research in Fine-Art, is an Independent Curator and mentor.
The digesting of literal information, and my personal experience of the challenges of linguistics; of how language liaises with logic and definition, has always presented a problem to me in the context of agreed language definitions. Much of my work is part of an expressive incubation of complex thoughts that I cannot write down. Nothing is finished, all works are rather like annotations, estimations, equations that get as far as they can and generally fail in a cycle of paradox. www.grahamkeddie.com
He has exhibition reviews by Robert Clark, Arts Guardian Writer, Suzanne Stenning and others.
Arts Council of England individual award for artist curator.
Founding Member and Chair of APT? Fine Art Research Group: http://aplaceintime.info/
Founding member of gallery202: http://gallery202.wix.com/gallery202
Artistic Advisor to the Rooftop Gallery. Corby, Northants.
Selected Recent Publications;
Title; Iguana, Place in Time.
Title: 10:05:13-11:05:13/10.05.13/GK. Subtitled: The ‘Fieldworker in a Superposition’.
Title; Strategies: a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,I,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w,x,y,z.
- Categories: Installation/Land/Site-specific, Kinetic/Mobile
- Materials: Mixed media, Wood/Paper, Metal (other)
- Location: East Midlands