Katie Kehoe creates socially engaged performance and site-specific installation, often incorporating duration, prop, photography and video as defining artistic elements to explore themes that address the impacts of climate change and excessive waste production.
Kehoe’s work has been exhibited across the US and Canada, highlights include: The Hirshhorn Museum (Washington, DC), The Contemporary Museum (Baltimore, MD), Center for Maine Contemporary Art (Rockland, ME), RedLine Contemporary (Denver, CO), Emerge Art Fair (Washington, DC), SummerWorks Festival – LiveArt Series (Toronto, CAN) as well as solo exhibitions at VisArts (Rockville, MD), Verso Gallery and Type Books Gallery (Toronto, CAN).
Raised in Cape Breton, CAN and currently based in Tallahassee, FL, Kehoe works as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Art at Florida State University, teaching in the area of sculpture and expanded media. Kehoe is a member of the Atlantika Collective and Cultivate Projects and values cross-disciplinary collaboration; having recently working with Dr. Jagadish Shukla, one of the nation’s leading climate scientists, to create Breaching Waterways, which was part of a national creative initiative, CALL/Walks that was spearheaded by City as Living Laboratory, NY.
Kehoe holds an MFA from the Mount Royal School of Art at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD.
2023 Changing Climate
Tallahassee, Florida USA