KEEM is a collaboration between artists Kate Elliott and Emma McGarry. It was established in 2011, as an exploration into the nature of collaboration. Through methodology, ongoing discussion and debate, KEEM produces work which continuously questions subjectivity, materiality and identity.

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

KEEM at the Farringdon Factory

During the month-long residency at the Farringdon Factory, KEEM have been busy working on two projects - Here I Stand for Five Minutes and Light Map. Each half of KEEM, Kate Elliott and Emma McGarry, initiated one of the two projects, both in relation to their own, independent work at the Factory. 

 Still from Here I Stand for Five Minutes © KEEM, 2013

Still from documention of Light Map © KEEM, 2013 
 Light Map 1 © KEEM, 2013

Monday, 16 December 2013

Light Map

Through creating small photographic installations made out of light-sensitive paper, in Light Map KEEM document the movement of light throughout the space. By performing certain acts and movements, they play with the subtle shifts in light, exploring if and how this can be translated from three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional forms.

Light Map was made during a month-long residency at the Farringdon Factory.

Thursday, 12 December 2013

Here I Stand for Five Minutes - coming soon

On Friday 13th December at 5pm KEEM will be shooting Here I Stand for Five Minutes. Click here for further information.