Victoria Keddie is an artist working within cross disciplines of sound, video, installation, and  performance. Keddie works with electronic sound and video composition and choreography. Of interest are the fluctuations of electromagnetic activity, stereoscopic image and dimensional spaces, satellite debris and collision, image and sound synchronicity and collapse, time sensitivity, and the body in relation to the machine.  Keddie is the Co-Director of E.S.P. TV, a nomadic TV studio that hybridizes technologies to realize synthetic environments and deconstruct the televisual for live performance. In early 2016, UNIT 11 was launched, a mobile transmission based studio and residency operated within  an ENG news van. She is the founder and director of Optics Festival, an annual festival involving video based technologies and performance. In January 2018, Keddie will launch "Satellite Studio" in Garlock, CA, using a 10 ft C band satellite dish receiver to track LEO space debris for sonic compositions. 

Keddie has an MA from New York University in Museum Studies with focus on Ephemeral Collections. She has a BFA from University of the Arts in Philadelphia and is a Mobility Fellow at the California College of Arts in San Francisco, CA. She has lectured and has been an invited guest artist at Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon University, Bennington College, Hunter College, Cranbrook Academy, University of Oregon, Eugene, PNCA, University of Colorado, Boulder, NADA Art Fair, Museum of Arts and Design, IMDA/ Electra Festival, Wassaic Project, and Studio XX, Montreal. Keddie taught a specialized course at Pioneer Works in Spring 2017 entitled, TV EYE that surveys the history of the artists’ appropriation, pioneering, and use of televisual video alongside studio practice with the medium.

Keddie has performed and exhibited internationally at venues and festivals such as, Fridman Gallery, The Swiss Institute, Pioneer Works, The Parrish Museum, The Kitchen, Museum of Moving Image, The Museum of Art and Design, Queens Museum of Art, and Anthology Film Archives (NYC), Human Resources (Los Angeles), Lightcone, (Paris), Syros International Film Festival (Syros, Greece), Studio XX (Montreal), LOOP Festival (Barcelona), Pallas Projects (Dublin), Reykjavik Arts Festival (Reykjavik), General Public (Berlin), Axis Art Centre (Crew), The Independent Film Festival (Naples), Liste Art Fair (Basel), Seeing Sound Festival (Bath), and Daimon (Gatineau). Keddie has been artist-in-residence at Wave Farm, Signal Culture, Pioneer Works, Storefront for Art and Architecture, and the Museum of Arts and Design.

Video works are distributed through Lightcone, (Paris). Sound works to be released with Spectral Evidence, (Cambridge, MA), In Context Music (NYC), and Robert & Leopold (NYC)


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OPTICS O:O  Video Festival, Roulette Intermedium, Brooklyn NY,  November 2016-

Unit 11  Mobile  A/V transmission residency, 2016 -

E.S.P. TV  Televisual broadcast project,  2011-

Poet Transmit  Project connecting  poetry, transmission, and performance, 2015-

INDEX Festival for Media and Technology, New York, NY, August 19- 20, 2011



Work Pioneer Works, February 10 -March 26, 2016 (as E.S.P. TV)

The Shop, w/ Cat Tyc and Anna Troupe, Recess, 41 Grand St., NYC, September 3, 2015 (as E.S.P. TV)

Cyc Set, Civic TV, Houston, TX, April 10-May 10, 2015 (as E.S.P. TV)

E.S.P. TV,  Museum of Arts and Design, NY, NY, Feb 23 - May 11  2013 (as E.S.P. TV)

The Five Live Lo –Fi: An Exhibit in Four Episodes, Kling & Bang Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland  

May 22- June 22 2014 (as E.S.P. TV)



Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound, Museum of Art and Design,  Sep 14, 2017-Feb 25, 2018

Eclipsescore, Transfer Gallery (NYC) and the Umatilla National Forest in Oregon with Signal Fire Arts, August 2017

Public Access, Creative Networks, BRIC, Brooklyn NY, March - April 2017 (as E.S.P. TV)

Liste Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland  June 2016

The Queens International, Queens NY April 7-July 2016 (as E.S.P. TV)

The Future is Self Organized, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick, Ireland, November 13-January 15, 2016 (as E.S.P. TV)

The Experimental Television Center: A History, ETC . . . Hunter Art Galleries, NYC, September 25–November 21, 2015 (as E.S.P. TV)

Luminous Surface, Salisbury Art Gallery, Salisbury University, MD, August 24-October 1, 2015

Aftersound: Frequency Attack Return, Carnegie Mellon University, Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh PA,  August 21-November 22, 2015

Optical Research, Axis Arts Centre, Crewe, England, March 9-20, 2015

Spring/Break Art Fair, New York, NY, March 4-8, 2015 (as E.S.P. TV)

World Electroacoustic Living Room, California State University,  Fullerton, CA, February - March 2014

Makers 100: The MAD Biennial, Museum of Art and Design, NY  July 1– October 12 2014

Former Islands, Heliopolis Gallery, Brooklyn NY June 6-June 30, 2013

Working Alternatives: Breaking Bread, Art Broadcasting and Collective Action, Franklin Street Works, Stamford CT, October 27, 2012 – January 13, 2013 (as E.S.P. TV)

Where is the here if the here is in there? Pallas Projects, Dublin, Ireland, August 25- September 22, 2012 (as E.S.P. TV)

Playback, Queens Nails Projects, San Francisco, CA, April 24 - June 6, 2012 (as E.S.P. TV)

Re-Imagine, Re-Build, Repeat, Sight School, Oakland CA, October 1- November 6, 2010


PERFORMANCES (Sound + Video)

* Performances as E.S.P. TV listed in separate CV


Live performance as part of Jonna Kina, Sharon Lockhart “ Recordings” exhibition September 8-October 1, 2017. AMA Gallery, Helsinki, Finland October 1, 2017

Optipus, Parrish Museum, Long Island, NY September 22, 2017

DLECTRICITY, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit, MI, September 22-23 2017

Frozen Words, Urban Glass, September 8, 2017

Cannibal Mecanique, Fridman Gallery, NYC, July 22, 2017

Nightflight, Radiocast performance, Wavefarm Radio, July 2017

24 Hour Drone, Basilica Hudson, NY April 28-29 2017

New Ear Festival, Fridman Gallery, NYC, January 2017

Dame Electric Festival, Austrian Cultural Forum, September, 2016

Experimental Festival 7, Spectrum, NYC, September 1, 2016

24 Hour Drone, Basilica Hudson, NY April 23-24 2016

Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY April 2, 2016

Daimon, Gatineau, Canada, April 7, 2016

Pioneer Works, Brooklyn NY, March 24, 2016

Judson Church, Washington Sq, NYC February 28, 2016

Nervous Magic Lantern Mini Festival, Anthology Film Archives, NYC, January 22-24, 2016

Wave Farm,  Acra New York, December 5, 2015

Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University, September 25, 2015

Film-makersʼ Cooperative 9th Benefit, Santos Party House, NYC, November 11, 2015

Virtues of Disequilibrium, Queens Museum of Art, July 31, 2015

SELECT Art Fair,  Former Dia Building, NYC, May 15, 2015

Harvard Art Museums Building, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, November 2014

Terry Riley: In C 50th Anniversary, Le Poisson Rouge, NY NY, November 4, 2014

Museum of Art and Design,New York, NY, September 12, 2014

Vidas Perfectas,  Whitney Biennial 2014, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, April 2014

El Paso Opera House, El Paso, TX;  The Museum of the Revolution, Ciudad Juárez, Mexico;Crowley Theater, Marfa, TX,

Co-produced by Ballroom Marfa and El Paso Opera, July 2014

Film-makersʼ Cooperative 8th Benefit, Santos Party House, NYC, September 17, 2013

Modular Solstice, The Silent Barn, Brooklyn, NY, June 2, 2013

Ende Tymes Festival, Brooklyn, NY, May 24, 2013

Black Box Theater, Atlas Building, University of Colorado Boulder, April 23, 2013    

EyeBeam, NYC, May 3, 2013

Megapolis Festival, April 19-20, 2013

Modular Equinox, The Silent Barn, Brooklyn, NY, March 23-24, 2013    

Chelsea Sound Festival, Printed Matter, New York City, October 27, 2012

Fotofono, Brooklyn NY, May 27, 2012

The Kitchen, New York City, March 30-31, 2012

Sequence of Waves, St. Cecilias Convent, Brooklyn NY January 29, 2011

Museum of Moving Image, Astoria, NY January 15, 2011


SCREENINGS (Film + Video)

Basquiat: Boom for Real, Film Premiere, Barbican Centre, London, UK, January 28, 2018

Syros International Film Festival, Syros, Greece, July 14-19, 2017

Coaxial Gallery, Los Angeles, CA August 2016

Seeing Sound, Bath Spa University, UK, April 9-10, 2016

Scratch Projection: Experimental Grrrl, Light Cone, Paris France, February 16,  2016

Le collectif BLAST, Angers, France, November 13, 2015

Distended Cinema, Mission for Temporal Art, Ashville NC, July 2015

Bloomsday, Knockdown Art Center, Maspeth Queens, June 16-22, 2015

Strobe Network, Flux Factory, Queens, NY, June 13-24

Next Week on E.S.P. TV ACRE TV, Chicaco, IL  June 1-10 2015

A Sense of Place, LOOP Festival, Barcelona, Spain, May 28-June 6 2015

Ende Tymes Festival, Artists Outpost Resource, Brooklyn, NY, May 24, 2015

Live to Tape Festival,Links Hall, Chicago, May 18-24, 2015

Pyramidal, Harvard Art Museums Building, Cambridge, MA, November 6- Dec. 31, 2014

Hybrids {and Avant Ads}, Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY,  July 3, 2014

Signal Selections from Screen Compositions, 14th Independent Film Show, Naples, Italy June 28, 2014

Screen Compositions 10, Experimental Intermedia, NYC March 22, 2014

Smashism, Human Resources, Los Angeles, Nov. 2, 2013

op-u-lens: An Evening of Interactive Media, Stanley Center for the Arts, Utica, NY, September 21, 2013

Expanded Cinema, Roulette, Brooklyn, NY, August 2, 2013

3AM: Public Access Television Now, LaunchPad, Brooklyn, NY, Dec. 15, 2012

E.S.P LAB, Spectacle Theater, Brooklyn NY, November 17, 2012

Musicircus, Roulette, Brooklyn NY June 24, 2012

No Found Route, Aggregate Space, Oakland, CA, June 1-2, 2012

e.p.i.c(Extreme Private Intimate Cinema), Migrating Forms Film Festival, May 14-23, 2010



Guest Lecturer, SuperStation, Hunter College, November, 2017

“Broadcast Performance: Transmissions of Consciousness from Expanded Cinema to ESP TV” The Finnish Academy of Fine Art, October 3, 2017

WAVEFARM Radio artist in residence interview, July 2017

“Soho 20: Rethinking Feminism” panel, March 25, 2017

"Social Noise! Beyond Good and Bad: Music in the Art World” Nada Art Fair March 2, 2017

Analog to Digital Transfer Workshop, Hunter University, December 6, 2016

Guest Lecturer, New York University, October 24, 2016

Media Archiving Workshop: Migration and Preservation from Analog to Digital, Pioneer Works, October 8, 2016

Guest Artist, Carnegie Mellon University, April 17, 2016

Guest Artist, University of Oregon, Eugene, March 23, 2016

MFA Mentorship, Bennington College, Spring 2016

Guest Artist, Columbia University Sound Arts MFA, February 22, 2016

Guest Speaker, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Detroit, February 15, 2016

Guest Speaker, SAW, Ottawa Canada, March 2016

Guest Speaker/ Workshop, Hunter Art Galleries, November 6, 2015

Guest Speaker, Franklin Furnace, School of Film and Video, Pratt University, November 2, 2015

Guest speaker, Camera Club of New York, NYC June 21, 2015

Panel Speaker/ presenter, Mana Contemporary, Chicago, IL April 25, 2015

Artist Lecture, Dept of Media Studies / Intermediate Sound, PNCA, April 20, 2015

Artist Lecture, Department of Media and Performing Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, April 1, 2014

Guest Speaker, Museum of Arts and Design, NYC, August 3, 2014               

Guest speaker, Studio XX, Montreal, Quebec Canada, March 28, 2014                

Guest Moderator, Optisonic Tea Festival, January 12, 2014  

Guest Artist, University of Colorado, Boulder April 25-28, 2013           

Moderator, “Radio> Internet”, Museum of Arts and Design, NYC, March- May 2013

Moderator, “Cable Access: Dead or Alive”,  Museum of Arts and Design, NYC, March- May 2013

Guest Artist, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic NY, July 2012

Moderator, “The [Media]Festival”Index Festival, August 2011.

Guest Artist, IMDA/ Elektra Festival, Montreal, Quebec, CA, May 2011

Guest Speaker, “Neither Here Nor There: Preservation and Access in the Art World”, AMIA, St.Louis, Missouri, November 3-7 2009



Kone Foundation: Koneen Saatio Fellow, Mynämäki,Finland, September 1-November 1, 2018

Yaddo Residency, Saratoga Springs, May, 2018

WaveFarm, June 30 -July 7 2017

Signal Culture, June 8-15, 2017

Unit 11, Basilica Hudson, Hudson NY, April 21-28, 2017

Pioneer Works Studio Residency, January- July 2016

Signal Culture, Owego, NY January 28- Feb 4 2016

AZ Wagon Station Encampment, Joshua Tree, CA,  October 5-25 2015

Recess Gallery, October 1-December 31, 2014

Storefront for Art and Architecture  October 2013-February 2014

Museum of Art and Design  February 2013-May 2013

2015: Franklin Furnace Grant 2014: Wave Farm Media Grant 2013: Augustine Foundation Grant 2002: Ted Carey Foundation Grant 2001: Richard Von Hess Foundation Tuition Travel Grant 2000 Mobility Fellow, California College of Arts and Crafts 1999: Soviak Memorial Grant 1998: Alexander Crozier



Quattromini, Rosie, “Video Jam X Basquiat at the Barbican” Ransom Note, January 30, 2018

Darton- Moore, Theo; Cannibal Mecanique, Stray Landings, July 23, 2017

Weiss, Alexandra; E.S.P. TV Turns Pioneer Works Into Its Own Reality Show, Bullett Magazine, March 24, 2017

Moffitt, Evan; Office Drama, Frieze, March 23, 2017

Walsh, Breinne; You Can Become a Reality TV Star at an Exhibition in Red Hook, Forbes, March 5, 2017

Makarova, Irina; For Six Weeks This Actual Office is Becoming a Reality TV Show, Creator's Project, March 03, 2017

Billyou, Mary; Mixed Use: E.S.P. TV's UNIT 11, Brooklyn Rail, March 2017

Chiaverina, John, Public Access: E.S.P. TV Aims a Lens at the Inner Workings of Work, ArtNews, Feb 28, 2017

Martin, Olivia "ESP TV is Making a Brooklyn Office the Subject of a Living Televisual Installation," Wallpaper, February 22, 2017

Lehoux, Ncholas “9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week” ARTnews February 24, 2016

Tipton, Gemma, “Critics Pick: The Future is Self-Organized” ARTFORUM, January 2016

Shaw, Kurt, Art Review: ‘Aftersound, Frequency, Attack, Return’ at Miller Gallery” Pittsburgh Tribune, November 11, 2015

Thomas, M, "'Aftersound' feeds the visceral and the intellect" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 28, 2015

The Third Rail, Issue No. 4, 2014

“In the Project: E.S.P. TV”, Creators Connect, October 17, 2014

Connelly, Maeve, TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television, Univ. of Chicago Press, 2014

Bochicchio, Sarah “NYC Makers: Craft as Creative Economy” Whitewall Magazine, July 16, 2014

"E.S.P. TV", Tunica Magazine, Issue 3, 2014

Dale, Brady “E.S.P. TV Keeps Broadcasting Weird”  Technically, October 6, 2014

Connelly, Maeve, "Studio Spaces", Frieze, Issue 155, May 2013

Kimball, Whitney, "The Best of Us For The Rest of Us, Pt. 1 of 3", ArtFCity, April 30, 2013

Kimball, Whitney, This Week’s Must-See Art Events: A Pioneering Band of Guerrillas. With Yes Men!, ArtFagCity, April 15, 2013

Galgiani, Allison "Harmony from Noise: Modular Synthesizer Electronics", Bushwick Daily, April 1, 2013

Mason, Rachel, "ESP TV -- Transmitting Forward and Backward at the Same Time," Huffington Post, March 27, 2013

Kirsch, Corinna "We Were There: Chelsea Sound" Art Fag City, October 29, 2012

Kimball, Whitney, "Artists Are On TV, This Time Not For Bravo Money", Art Fag City, August 23, 2012

E.S.P. TV #17, MATRIXSYNTH , Aug. 16, 2012

Roe, Nathaniel, "Brain Melters: Watch C Spencer Yeh Melt Into A Radioactive Green Colorfield", April 2012

Armstrong, Liz, "The Lab Rats of ESP TV", Vice, September 2011

Schenker, Dylan. “The Questionable Structural Integrity of Transforming Architecture” The Creators Project, August 10, 2011

Anderson, Maria.“INDEX Festival of Media and Culture :August 2011′′ Curbs And Stoops, August 12, 2011

Moss, Ceci, “Sequence of Waves”, Rhizome, February 1, 2011

Smeyne, Rebecca, “Live: The Sequence Of Waves Exhibit Crams A Former Convent With 60 Artists, Including Chris Weingarten In Duet With Justin Bieber” The Village Voice, January 31, 2011

“Sequence of Waves in Brooklyn Closes this Weekend,” Juxtapose, January 28, 2011

Wallin, Yasha, "The Museum of the Moving Image Debuts Its New Look at ʻSignal to Noiseʼ" Paper Magazine, January 17, 2011

Donahue, Katy, Museum of the Moving Image Reopens, Whitewall Magazine, Jan 14, 2011