Morag Keil, Guilty Pleasures, 2021
Guilty Pleasures is a collage of titles of the celebrity gossip page in the Metro; the feel newspaper that is distributed in the UK. The title is blown up and pixelated and set on a fading gradient of the same colour palette.
Morag Keil is a Scottish artist living and working in London, exhibiting internationally, both collaboratively and as a solo artist. A unifying current in her lo-fi aesthetic is considering how our world is increasingly mediated by technology and digital communication and how this impacts our day-to-day existence. Keil appropriates and re-presents branding strategies to investigate and expose pervasive techniques for influencing consumerist desire. She also foregrounds and subverts the visual and aural strategies of computer gaming or commercial environments used to manipulate behaviour in ways premised on cliched notions of gender performance.
Keil’s solo exhibitions include Here We Go Again, Project Native Informant, London (2018); Controllers, Jenny’s, Los Angeles (2018); passive aggressive 2, Real Fine Arts, New York (2017); L.I.B.E.R.T.Y, Project Native Informant, London (2014); Would you eat your friends?, Real Fine Arts, New York (2014); Potpourri, Cubitt, London 2013.
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