The Ego Libido Series is a collection of thirty video art experiments that analyze the perceptual complexities of digital reflection. The five selections featured here show the various permutations of the project as Fox explores mediation and identity.
Keaton Fox is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work reflects and distorts the varied realities of the information age. While the pieces vary in medium, theme, and tone, they consistently invite the viewer to examine an uncanny image of themselves and their surroundings, through a reflection that offers both a familiar yet distortedly new perspective.
Fox studied Art Video at Syracuse University and her work has received international recognition, having been exhibited in countries such as France, Italy, New Zealand, and in multiple cities across the United States.
She recently moved to Detroit after working as a Teaching Media Artist at Cambridge Community Television in Boston. In January, she will be an artist-in-residence at the Alys Foundation, where she was invited to create a site-specific installation for Digital Graffiti 2016.