Alex Keogh


My work is a study of water and its behaviour. In particular I have been drawn to the vibrations and movements that we can create within a body of water. Carrying out experiments with water, light and sound allows me to explore the range of effects we can have on a body of water. Recording and documenting the different shapes, patterns, reflections and refractions became an integral part of my work.
My work is greatly influenced by physics which inspired me to explore the experimental processes that are possible within the darkroom. The idea of capturing a glimpse of the various structural forms and patterns that liquid can embody is something that became an important part of my practice as I have always been interested in the edges of perception. Through a combination of experimenting in the darkroom and print I am able to capture those forms and bring them to life.


Alex Keogh is a visual artist and printmaker from Dublin, Ireland. She graduated with an Honours in Fine Art Printmaking from the National College of Art and Design in 2020. She became a member of the Black Church Print Studio upon receiving the John Kelly RHA award. Her work is a study of water and its behaviour, which she explores through a combination of methods such as experimental photography and printmaking.