Jennifer and Kevin McCoy

Multimedia Artists, New York, USA
Public Key/Private Key, 2019, film
Priests of the Temple, 2012, installation with live cameras
The Constant World, 2007, video installation

"Join us alongside Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator for the Whitney Museum of American Arts, Aaron Wright, Co-Founder OpenLaw and the donor, Anne Bracegirdle, Senior Director, PaceX on June 26th, 2020 at 1400 UTC on Art + FinTech 2.0 webcast series. Moderated by Dinis Guarda, Founder & CEO Ztudium, the panel will discuss  the Public Key/ Private Key project launched for the Whitney Museum of American Arts new-media portal on March 5th, 2019 that addresses themes of ownership and the role that donors play in the mission of museums and their conservation of cultural objects."

Husband-wife collaborators Jennifer and Kevin McCoy create cinematic narratives with multimedia installations, performances, and objects

Jennifer & Kevin McCoy’s are New York-based artists whose artworks examine the genres and conventions of filmmaking and language across media such as video, installation, and digital art. They are well known for constructing subjective databases of narrative material, making fragmentary miniature film sets installations, and experimenting with blockchain as a system of artistic exchange.

The McCoys' work has been widely exhibited around the world - their exhibitions include The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Pompidou Center, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, The British Film Institute in London, Hanover Kunstverein, The Beall Center in Irvine, CA, pkm Gallery in Beijing, The San Jose Museum of Art, Palazzo della Papesse, The Addison Museum of American Art, The Sundance Film Festival, and Artists Space in New York. Their work can be seen in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the 21C Museum, the Nevada Art Museum and the Speed Museum along with many private and foundation collections in the US, Europe and Asia. They received a Creative Capital award in 2003, the Wired Rave Award for Art in 2005, a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2011, and a Headlands Alumni Award in 2014. Their work is represented by Postmasters Gallery in New York