Alex Keller is an audio artist, sound designer, curator and teacher based in Austin, Texas. His work in the media of performance, installation, and recorded release reflects his interests in architecture, language, abstraction and music.

He is an active audio production professional, has taught classes in media production at the Art Institute of Austin, Shoreline College, and the Art Institute of Seattle, has won awards for his creative work from the Austin Critics Table, Austin Chronicle, the City of Seattle, Puget Sound Transit, and Jack Straw Productions. He speaks regularly at academic, commercial and fan events about his creative and commercial work, and holds regular workshops on creative and technical methods. In 2018 he was the keynote speaker at the University of Texas' Digital Field Methods Institute conference.

Alex received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1995 and an MLA from St. Edward's University in 2005. He is a founding member of Phonography Austin and the Mimeomeme collective, serves on the boards of several arts organizations, and hosted Commercial Suicide, Texas' longest-running experimental music program, for eleven years.



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