Stuart Keeler

Stuart Keeler is a sculptor whose work explores the territory between the public realm and the role of the artist in the built environment. His frequent work in other media, including curation, installation, sound, drawing and performance often explore the multiple histories, private functions, public mythologies while simultaneously questioning human landscapes. From the outskirts of Toronto, to urban Chicago, Paris and Munich – Keeler explores the evolving role of how art and the public can be united in subversive ways. Recently he has completed a series of works that challenge and offer multiple concepts of sustainability, “green,” and the power of information systems presented in social art contexts.

Artist Support Program 1999

Text on white background: Jack Straw New Media Gallery Presents: Heard Said, by Stuart Keeler. A sound and visual experience of Language and Immigration. Fragments of voice syntax and sigh. Sound Engineer, Steve Barsotti.

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