Kathy Hinde Audio-Visual Artist — Inspired by behaviours and phenomena found in nature and the everyday — working with sound, light, image, sculpture, location.

Previous Events 2018

20-28 July 2018 – For the Birds at Milton Keynes International Festival, group show with Jony Easterby, Mark Anderson, Ulf Pedersen and Pippa Taylor.

22-24 June 2018 – Piano Migrations installation at Supersonic Festival, Birmingham including live performance with Matthew Olden

27 May – Walk and Workshop for new project Chirp & Drift with poet Sarah Hymas and conservationist Laurence Rose at Leighton Moss RSPB reserve with Lancaster Arts.

24 May –  Visuals for Eyebrow at St George’s Bristol as part of Filmic season.

1 May – Powerplant at Milton Court Concert Hall, visuals for percussionist Joby Burgess.

12 April – Audio visual concert as ORNIS, (duo with Sabine Vogel) at Kontraklang Berlin.

20 – 21 April – Sonica at Kings Place – presenting Phase Transition and Singularity

15 March – Live performances of Tipping Point at We The Curious, Bristol

6 – 18 March  – Performance (Tuesday 6th) and installation at Audiograft, OVADA, Oxford

8 March – Artist Dialogue with Paul Whitty for Audiograft Festival, OVADA, Oxford

23-25 March – Presentation at Seeing Sound conference, Bath Spa University

12 – 25 February – Residency at Cove Park in association with Cryptic

19 January – 18 March – Tipping Point at We The Curious, Bristol

6 January – 18 March – Singularity at Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria, Australia. Audiovisual artwork made in collaboration with Solveig Settemsdal

6-7 January: Phase Transition installation at The Brunswick Club, Bristol, as part of BEEF Weekender. Saturday night “Experimental & Expanded Turntabling” with Lisa Busby, Melanie Clifford, Shirley Pegna, Howard Jacque. Sunday “Merge” with duo Brenda Waite & Robin Foster and Trio Melanie Clifford, Howard Jacques & Shirley Pegna.

21 – 29 January – Research trip and residency with Perth Festival, Western Australia.

9 December 2017 – 4 March 2018: Piano Migrations at NEMO Biennale, Paris.

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