Keto Logua (b. 1988 in Sokhumi, Georgia) is a Georgian artist based in Berlin. Logua’s practice addresses realm of knowledge, nature and corresponding scientific practices while reflecting on the conditions under which new insights are produced. Research-based installation art has been at the core of her work. She studied at Tbilisi academy of arts (2006-09) and berlin university of arts (2011-15). Some recent exhibitions include: include: STUDIO BERLIN (2020-21) Berghain, Berlin; Double Flower (2020) LC QUIESSER, Tbilisi; Ars Viva (2018-19), Kai10 Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf and Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland; emic etic (2017), Between Bridges, Berlin; Compound (2017), KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; and I Do Speak Landscape (2018), Braunsfelder Family Collection, Cologne. In 2018, Keto Logua was awarded the ars viva prize, an internationally acclaimed prize for leading emerging artists living in Germany.