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INDEFINITE in Warrenton, MO  ///  2023

A two-person exhibition by Zac Nelson and Maureen Keaveny

It wanders around the edge of an invisible boundary that depicts the phases of entropy and regeneration as they phase in and out.  These shifting moments are imbued with a sense of the liminal, capturing a strange and indescribable sensation that defies definition.  Time displaces a sense of belonging.  The psyche morphs into earth, into detritus and becomes intertwined in shifting forms.  What is left is a practice, a rite of passage, leaving markers in the path of the indefinite.


Flicker @ Bunker in Silico, St. Louis, MO  ///  March 2022

Solo Exhibition

An encounter with something else that moves like a flame in quickly changing forms of light and dark.  Something abject and something sublime.  The edges of understanding and an uncanny sensation. A wry smile showing that a change in situation is slightly absurd. Flimsy realities abound.  A chuckle and a groan.


we're aliens / trying to understand paintings of bison  /// 11-25-2020 until indefinitely

Artists:  Bergman & Salinas, Joseph Greer, Daniel Glendening, Maureen Keaveny, Mikko Kuorinki, Hanna Umin

Curation: Patrick Durka & Kalaija Mallery

An exhibition of artworks in abandoned trailers at Stansbury Island of the Great Salt Lake, UT. Some of the works were disappeared or mysteriously mutilated shortly after. Images and footage gathered from the days of and after installation.


ReVerb @ Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Los Angeles, CA  /// June 30 - July 22, 2018

Artists: Clint Campbell, Maureen Keaveny, Nick Rodrigues, Peter Segerstrom

Curation: Kari Reardon

Press Release: Here


On Tuesday March 8th, 2011 LUX by MAUREEN KEAVENY opens it's doors at THE FREE CHURCH. 7 pm 


Lux is a measure of intensity and illumination.


Following the vehement voices from the land of feverish deserts, vast ruffled oceans, lofty mountain peaks, M.K. roused and disturbed, traveled high and low, seeks a sparkling cognizance, freshly, taking up sanctuary amongst the congregation of light and life. (Or: Maureen Keaveny recently relocated from Providence, RI to Los Angeles, CA after completing her MFA in Photography at The Rhode Island School of Design in 2007)


And starting at 9 pm !! 









749 N. Avenue 50

Los Angeles CA 90042




 - 03/08/2011 to 03/17/2011

Doors are open Mondays & Wednesdays 7-10pm | Sundays 10am-12pm





Inspired by a rich history of cults and new religions in Los Angeles, as well as by the persistent trend towards spirituality in contemporary art and music, The Free Church of Public Fiction will open its doors from February 23rd to May 6th 2011. 


Throughout the next three months, The Free Church will host a series of installations, cult dinners, musical performances, rituals and ceremonies. The four walls of the space will be taken over by a set of artists, musicians and performers in turn. They will each become spiritual leaders of sorts and construct a new church out of the same frame.


In this city that cultivates eccentricities and theatricality, religion is a customizable term. The "Free Church" is a name inspired by Thomas Jefferson's writing on the separation of state and faith; the foundation of this country.  In this case, our church is free of government but also of religion itself; it is now a term re-opened to interpretation.


To all you scribes and artists and practitioners of magic through whom these spirits have been manifested...

Nothing is true. 

Everything is permitted 


-- Billy Burroughs