Verity-Jane Keefe is a visual artist working predominantly in the public realm to explore the complex relationship between people and place. She is interested in the role of the artist within urban regeneration and how experiential practice can touch upon and raise ambitions of existing and invisible communities. Working with moving image, text, object and installation to explore possible taxonomies of everyday life. She is visiting Cove Park as part of her Arts Council England Develop Your Creative Practice grant, to develop new work.

She is Unit Leader with Julia King at the Architectural Association, teaching an Intermediate Studio called Demonstration Neighbourhood. She is also an associate lecturer at Central Saint Martins where she teaches on the BA Fine Art XD pathway.

She was on the winning team for the 2022 Davidson Prize with Charles Holland Architects, Joseph Henry and the Quality of Life Foundation.