Victoria Keddie (b.1980) is an artist working in varying media and broadcast. For over a decade, Keddie has been the Co-Director of E.S.P. TV, a 501(C)3 nomadic TV studio, and episodic cable access serial, that hybridizes technologies to realize synthetic environments and deconstruct the televisual for live performance. For over three years, the Co-Founder and Director of Poet Transmit, a project developed to explore the connections between poetry, transmission, and performance. Keddie teaches Advanced Televisual Broadcast and has written on pioneering/contemporary artists using televisual language within their work. She has lectured extensively as a guest artist exploring topics of polymedia, immersive worlds, and in identifying broadcast as a medium., Keddie has been an invited resident artist at the Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York/US); Recess Gallery (New York/US); AZ Wagon Station Encampment (California/US); Signal Culture (New York/ US); Pioneer Works (New York/ US); WaveFarm (New York/ US); and Yaddo Artist Residency(New York/ US); Saari Fellow with The Kone Foundation (Mynämäki, Finland), and The Drawing Center from 2018-2020 (New York/ US). Some projects explored on these particular residencies involved the building of a physical studio environment to produce and document live performance; the re-appropriation of a retail storefront into a simulated environment for free exchange; immersive mapping and sounding space debris, and generating musical responses to brain activity in unconscious states.