Keka Marzagao is a Brazilian-born, Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist working at the intersection of documentary and fiction. After a decade-long career as an interactive art director and designer, Keka has shifted her focus to explore the ambiguities and contradictions of the visual language through art. Using primarily photography, as well as audio, video, and installation, her work focuses on portraiture to examine issues of identity, representation, and displacement. She has studied at the International Center of Photography and Hunter College, and has shown work at Queens Museum, Plaxall Gallery and CutLog Art Fair. She is a recipient of the 2017 Queens Art Intervention grant and a co-recipient of a 2017 Queens Council on the Arts New Works grant for a project about Brazilian immigrants.