Vergine Keaton (b.1981, lives and works in Paris, France) is a french visual artist and director who oscillates between experimental and animation films. After studying graphic design and cinema, Keaton’s first animated short film I was crying out at life. or for it (2009), screened at nearly 100 festivals including the ACID selection at Cannes Film Festival. Her following film Marzevan (2015), experiments with 3D mapping and was selected for Belo Horizonte International Short Film Festival in Brazil, Riverside Short Film & Video Festival in New Haven (USA) and was a short-list nominee in the category Best Short Animated Film at the 2017 César Awards in France. Her third film, The Tasmanian Tiger, was selected for the official competition for the 2018 Berlinale and screened at a number of international festivals that year.

Since 2016, she has been interested in installation and setting-up. She develops projects on several screens, in various places, according to their arcitecture. Her works are presented in particular in Times Square and in the Pompidou Center in Metz.

She also teaches in the ENSAD - National Higher School of Arts in Paris, where she lives.