Interdisciplinary artist Kristina Keeter creates minimal, abstract works using ordinary materials as inspiration. With simple sculptural, photographic, and illustrative techniques, she transforms everyday subject matter into surreal, enigmatic imagery.
Keeter was born in 1989 and lived in various states across America before moving to Colorado at a young age. She received her BFA in Photography and Sculpture from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2012. After moving to North Carolina on a whim in 2015, she now resides in Chapel Hill.
My work is an observation of the overlooked - I’m drawn to the beauty of unaltered, found forms and often find myself trying to capture the ephemerality of such forms. I’ve also always been inspired by the organic textures, patterns, and colors found in nature. I prefer a handmade, tactile approach to making things over technological processes, and it’s this hands-on method that drives my experimentation and creativity.
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