Keeley Haftner

Keeley Haftner (b. 1985) is a process-driven artist who transforms garbage into sculpture in an attempt to locate its lost material and affective value. She obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2011 from Mount Allison University (MTA) with a triple major in Sculpture, Printmaking and Painting, and completed her Master of Fine Arts degree in 2016 at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in Fiber and Material Studies. She has exhibited work nationally and internationally, has presented and exhibited in numerous conferences and festivals, and has participated in residencies within Canada, the U.S, and Iceland.




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