Kathy Hinde – Interdisciplinary artwork with an environmental conscience

Wednesday 13 October 2021, 12-2pm [online via Minerva]

Kathy Hinde will share recent installations, performances, participatory works and research from her current practice. She will include details of recent collaborations with environmental scientists, and outline her motivations and aspirations to engage people with critical issues around climate change through embodied experiences via artistic media and interventions. Alongside sharing examples of her work, she will detail processes and technical approaches involved in her interdisciplinary practice.

Kathy Hinde is an audiovisual artist inspired by behaviours and phenomena found in nature and the everyday expressed through audiovisual installations and performances that combine sound, sculpture, image and light. Composed of hand-made objects, electronics and a blend of digital and analogue systems, Hinde’s work represents a cross between kinetic sound sculptures and newly invented musical instruments. She frequently works in collaboration with other practitioners and scientists and often actively involves the audience in the creative process.

Hinde has toured work across Europe, USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Russia, China, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Colombia, Australia and New Zealand. Awards include an Ivor Novello Award for Sound Art 2020, an Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica 2015, a British Composer Award in Sonic Art 2017, an ORAM award 2017, a Scottish Award for New Music 2018 for Collaboration with Maja Ratkje. Kathy joined the Cryptic Artist programme in 2015, was a selected artist for European SHAPE Platform for innovative music and audiovisual art in 2018, is a member of Bristol Experimental Expanded Film (BEEF), a fellow at South West Creative Technology Network and a resident at the Pervasive Media Studio, Bristol.

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