Kathy Hinde – Re-wilding Water Data

BSAD have sound artist and Bath Spa graduate Kathy Hinde visiting on Monday 22 February at 5pm, and the session is open to everyone. To join, use this link: https://meet.google.com/rpv-aaes-yqw

Kathy will share her current research as a Data fellow with South West Creative Technology Network (SWCTN).
She has been researching methods to experience water “data sets” by adopting a non-anthropocentric viewpoint and implementing methods derived from her artistic practice.
“Re-wilding Water Data” attempts to shift towards a poetic, sensorial and eco-holistic set of tactics that explore not just how we ‘gather’ such data but the methods by which we process and collectively experience it.
She will share documentation from a series of ‘Deep Listening Walks’ and her recent 16mm film ‘River Traces’.

Kathy Hinde is an audiovisual artist who creates experiences that combine sound, sculpture, image and light. Drawing inspiration from behaviours and phenomena found in the natural world, she embraces open methods, indeterminacy and evolving processes. She has toured work to Europe, USA, Russia, Canada, China, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia & New Zealand. She is part of the Cryptic Artist programme, a member of Bristol Experimental Expanded Film (BEEF) and fellow with South West Creative Technology Network (SWCTN). In 2020 she was awarded an Ivor Novello Composers Award in the Sound Art Category.

www.kathyhinde.co.uk

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