Tina Keane studied fine art and film-making in London and her works and installations use film, video and digital technologies. While a research fellow at Central Saint Martins College of Art, Keane turned her attention to the internet, and was a pioneer in the field of digital creativity.
She has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally, and has been artist in residence at various institutions, including the Banff Centre in Canada. She was a founder member of Circles – Women in Distribution, and curator and programmer of exhibitions and screenings such as The New Pluralism exhibition at the Tate (with Michael O'Pray). Tina Keane has won awards from the Arts Council, Channel 4, the British Council and London Production Board. She was Lecturer in Film and Video at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London from 1982-2012 and was a Research Fellow at the College from 2003-2012. Her film Beauty in Motion was shown at the 2013 London Film Festival. Tate has recently acquired her film Faded Wallpaper.
|2018||London Art Fair, with England & Co.|
|Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired by her Writings, Tate St Ives.|
|2017||Tina Keane screening event, BFI, London.|
|2016||Photo London, with England & Co.|
|2013||Tina Keane, solo exhibition, England & Co, London.|
|2010||Talking of Yves, England & Co, London.
Carousel, a new outdoor moving image installation, Nara, Japan.
|2008-09||Blue Moon, installation with sound and neon, the Night Garden Art Project, Kyoto, Japan.|
|2008||Yvonne Hagen Remembers Yves Klein, New York Film Festival.
Persistent Obsessions, England & Co, London.
Is there anybody out there?, England & Co, London.
|2007||Lost and Framed in Green, installation of film, neon, photographs and a poem, at the Warehouse Gallery. Solo exhibition and commission for the Women's Arts International Festival at the Brewery Arts Centre Kendal.|
|2006-07||The Secret Public: The Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988. Group exhibition at the Kunstverein München and at the ICA, London, curated by Stefan Kalmár & Michael Bracewell; associate curator, Ian White.|
|2005||Le Jardin, 12-screen installation, solo exhibition at the Gallery at Sketch, London.
Transposition 3, two-screen video installation. Solo exhibition, Ginza Geijutu Kenkyujo (Ginza Art Laboratory), Tokyo.
|2004||The Cinematic Experience, Neon, Video and Drawing. Shelf-Life. Studio 1.1. London E1.
The Art of Tina Keane, book published by Black Dog, London.
|2003||Hey Mack, 16mm film 1982 DVD installation projection, A Century of British Film, Tate Britain, London.
Sartorial, England & Co, London.
|2002||Ghost Train, video/sound/neon installation. Solo exhibition and commission, Transit Space, London.
Silent Cry, outdoor sound and neon installation by Piano Nobile Gallery, Genève, Expo '02 International Exhibition, Morat Switerland. Sponsored by the Red Cross.
Ghost Train, video/sound/neon installation. Paço das Artes, Sao Paulo.
Gate, live outdoor film event on Dartmoor, Devon. Sponsored by Spacex, Southwest Screen and Southwest Arts.
|2001||Review and presentation of installation Unbridled Echoes and Couch (website: artstar.com).
Transposition, two-screen video projection installation. Gallery, plus presentation of film/video work and a three-day workshop with students. ALBA Universite de Balamand. Beyrough. Laban.
Faded Wallpaper, installation, Video Project Space. Anthony Wilkinson Gallery London.
Making of Dandy Dust, 15 mins col. b/w video mix Experimental Film/video Festival, Anthology Film Archives, New York.
|2000||Unbridled Echoes, solo exhibition, and commission. Installation projection in the New Forest with Arts Council Lottery Funding through Artsway Gallery. Sway, Hampshire.
Transposition, solo exhibition, two-screen video projection installation, Piano Nobile Gallery. Supported by the Department of Affaires Culturelles de la Ville Genève.
Speaker at Sanart Art and Science Conference, Ankara,Turkey.
|1999-2000||Transposition, two-screen video projection installation in Sublime: Darkness and Light, Arts Council Collection touring exhibition.|
|1999||Transposition, two-screen video projection installation. WRO99 - 7th International Media Art Biennale. Wroclaw, Poland.
Ping-Pong. Two-screen video installation, In a Different Light, MOMA, Glasgow.
Film Screening of Tina Keane films. Artist Film and Video Series, Tate London.
|1998-2003||Couch as In Warhol (1998-2003) Live. A live internet and video projection work. Digital Salon, Visual Arts Museum S.V.A. NYU New York, also Wroclaw Poland, Geneva and Sao Paulo.|
|1998||Deviant Beauty, Astarti, Pour d'art audio-visual, Paris.|
|1997||Deviant Beauty, photo and film installation, in Experiment (GB), Kunstverein Trier and Kubus Hannover, Germany, sponsored by the British Council.
Deviant Beauty Film. 4th ICA Biennial (international touring exhibition) in conjunction with the Arts Council of England and the British Council.
|1996||Electronic Shadow. An interactive work where street site and web site converge. An Internet Experiment. The Window. Central Saint Martins College of Art, London.
Deviant Beauty.12mins16mm. Funded by the London Production Board.
Beyond the Blue Grain, 8 mins l6mm. Funded by Studio Een, Rotterdam.
Transposition, installation at Street Level Gallery, Glasgow.
Altered Space, neon, projection, sound. Interactive outdoor performance event commissioned by LFMC and LEA, London.