20 May 2020
Deutschlandfunk Kultur German national broadcaster’s cultural radio programme and website: feature about Brian and Bibo Keeley’s life as artists during lockdown – “When shopping breaks down, and medication doesn’t arrive” (Corona weltweit: Schottland Wenn der Einkauf ausfällt und Medikamente nicht ankommen)
01 February 2020
Artist talk at Glasgow Art Club event “Breaking Bounds – Four Women, four photographic journeys” (Bibo Keeley, Christina Webber, Steph Twycross, Jo Tennant). Part of the Scottish Portrait Awards exhibition in which I have been a finalist for the third year in a row (in photography).
24 October 2019
Feature and radio interview on Deutschlandfunk (Germany’s public broadcasting service equivalent of the BBC) on Art, Brexit and Being European in Scotland
05 September 2019
Bibo Keeley + Brian Keeley speaking about their experiences in a documentary commissioned by NHS Grampian to highlight the impact organ donation can have on the lives of transplant recipients and donor families. This film was premiered at the Belmont Filmhouse Aberdeen in front of an invited audience as part of Organ Donation Week 2019 and will be part of a permanent art installation at the ARI (Aberdeen Royal Infirmary).
11 January 2019
19 December 2018
BBC Scotland feature on organ donation awareness
17 November 2018
Artist’s talk about my recent work at the Scottish Arts Club in Edinburgh in the context of my photograph Cardiac Portrait Of Brian having been selected for the Scottish Portrait Awards 2018.
21 November 2017
Artist’s talk at the Scottish Arts Club in Edinburgh about the background of my portrait ‘Heart Treansplantee With Poodle’ which was selected for the Scottish Portrait Awards (Photography)
22 February 2017
I was invited to give a talk to students of Film and Visual Culture at Aberdeen University about my art practice which is inspired by feminist ideas.
19 January 2017
Radio interview with Bibo on local NHS radio show discussing Bibo&Brian’s Shared Heart art exhibition at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and related experiences of Brian’s illness.
12 November 2016
As part of the UK-wide ESRC Festival of Social Science, Brian and Bibo Keeley were in conversation with Dr Amy Bryzgel (Senior Lecturer in Film and Visual Culture), Heather May Morgan (Lecturer in the Health Researcher Unit) and Silvia Casini (Lecturer in Film and Visual Culture) whose work focuses on scientific imagery.
Euro-ELSO Conference 2016, Clyde Auditorium (Glasgow). Interview with Brian and Bibo Keeley to an audience of 1,200 of the world’s leading cardiologists and life support experts.
The video below was screened at the conference prior to our on-stage contribution. Produced by Eyeline Media, photography by Bibo Keeley.
BBC Reporting Scotland TV News: Interview for feature of EuroELSO conference.
June 2015: BBC Radio Scotland
Bibo Keeley and Brian Keeley talked on the Kaye Adams Programme about Brian’s heart transplant and our related Shared Heart Art Exhibition which had just been visited by Prince Charles.
October 2015: Exhibition Opening ‘FREE AS A BIRD’
My feminist artwork (photography) was banned from the end-of-year student exhibition at North East Scotland College (NESCOL) Aberdeen, where I was studying Art and Design at the time. The college refused to discuss the matter. Subsequent to this censorship I was invited to show my work at the BrewDog Bar in Aberdeen, just along the road from the College. See Aberdeen Voice article here.
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