Beka Goedde (b. 1982, Seattle, WA) is a sculptor and printmaker whose work explores duration, the perception of change, and movement in physical space. Goedde has exhibited work at Inside Out Art Museum (Beijing); Deborah Berke Partners, IPCNY, 80WSE, Recess, Cheim and Read (NYC); SHOW ROOM, Bushwick Cooperative, Sunview Luncheonette, The Gowanus Studio Space, GRIDSPACE, and Saffron (Brooklyn); Habersham Mills (Atlanta, GA); Helen Day Art Center (Stowe, VT); Incident Report (Hudson, NY); in the online journal Triple Canopy; among other venues. She is a graduate of the Bard MFA program in Sculpture, and holds a BA from Columbia University (Barnard College) in Behavioral Neuroscience and Philosophy. Goedde has been awarded residencies at Yaddo, JTHAR, Millay Colony, and PS122. Goedde is the recipient of a 2015 Community Arts Fund grant from Brooklyn Arts Council. Goedde lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.