Tash Keddy

Falling into depths with you feels close to bliss.
Things outside of myself can just be still and static, complete in isolation.
Looking at anything from the outside is a luxury, communicating an interior is impossible, but we try anyway.
The absence of risk weakens courage.
The best single-use object is life.
I really enjoy not knowing what day it is.
Once you’ve known the infinite, why would you want a job?
The world caves in and stops talking and we listen.

TASH KEDDY (b. 1995) is an artist and actor based in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland. They graduated from Elam School of Fine Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with First Class Honours in 2019. Recently, they have been Samoa House Library’s first Researcher in Residence.

Recent exhibitions include Grind House, PARASITE Gallery, Feb 2020, Desiderium: Contingent Bliss, Elam Graduate Show, 2019. Antidotes (In collaboration with Magdalena Hoult), Satchi&Satchi&Satchi, 2019, Under Your Skin You Look Divine , Basement Specialist Adult Store & Cruise Club, 2018, and Dirt Future , Artspace, 2017. They are a member of the Center For Lacanian Analysis NZ.