Keetra Dean Dixon has a background in graphic design but works as an artist and designer — her exploration of the many facets of communication is where she derives a lot of inspiration. Dixon’s pieces represent the effervescence of digital elements across multiple mediums and are presented in either a functional or contemporary fashion. Her works often play with the malleability of social exchange by the means of visual interpretation.
Keetra is featured in one section of Helen Armstrong’s Digital Design Theory and provided the visual forward for the publication set to release in the Fall. Take a look at Digitial Design Theory, which is a remarkable collection of texts that details the history of computation and graphic design — starting in the 1960’s and, with every piece, moving towards the present. The intricacy of her pieces is quite impressive and her seamless integration of computer generated text into the image is one of a kind.