Colleen Keough | Artificial Love Fix

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Artificial Love Fix

by Colleen Keough

Artificial Love Fix was recorded in a bedroom, on a Tascam 4-track cassette recorder in Chicago, IL in the Spring of 1999. Reminiscent of bands like the Residents, Keough explores the dysfunction and dark side of relationships and romantic addiction.
Genre: Avant Garde: Mixed Media
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1. Rush of Air
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2. 10,000 Eggs
C. Keough
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3. So Much It Hurts
C. Keough
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4. Ask for It
C. Keough
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5. Dinner
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6. Got a Soul
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7. Butter
C. Keough
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8. Hey Witch
C. Keough
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9. Chocolate
C. Keough
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Colleen Keough is hybrid media and performance artist working in video, sound, music,
installation, mixed media and interactive new media. She creates multidimensional works
and environments through integrating multiple mediums and genres of expression. Her
early video and sound works were created while attending the School of the Museum of
Fine Arts in Boston, MA. Inspired by prose and lyrical poetry she experimented with
creative writing and video creating a series of works, which were screened at various
venues including Boston's Institute for Contemporary Art and Museum of Fine Arts.
Upon graduating from SMFA and winning 1st prize in the school's prestigious Fifth Year
Traveling Scholars Competition, Keough relocated to Chicago, IL and became immersed
in its eclectic and vibrant music scene. After a few years of honing her songwriting skills
she founded the band Rubies, a five piece alternative-folk-rock band and began recording
music and performing throughout the city. In 2007 she founded the experimental cabaret
act Sugarfuhk with friend Dana Mugavero. The genre defying act merged a collision of performance and musical
styles which took audiences on a roller coaster ride of pop culture references, comedic
interludes, and glam pop and rock songs. Keough's desire to fully integrate the many
mediums she has worked in over the years led her to pursue an MFA in Electronic
Integrated Arts at NYSCC Alfred University in Alfred, NY. It was there she was able to
realize her vision of fusing electronic media art and installation with music, sound, and
performance. Her work explores the intersection of pop culture, identity, myth, and
technology through narratives and anti-narratives that deconstruct traditional modes of
storytelling and performance. Her work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and
venues in North America, Asia, and Europe.

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