Archive for September, 2020

Stranger to the Trees in il n’y a plus de saisons

Stranger to the Trees silhouette animation is exhibited as part of il n’y a plus de saisons, curated by Kilo Krajewska at Mains D’Œuvres, Paris. 25th September – 25th October 2020Mains D’Œuvres1 Rue Charles Garnier93400 Saint-OuenParis

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Workshop – Open Lab at Brandenburgisches Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst (BLMK)

Kat explores the human relationship with water using artistic research techniques that meld together embodied explorations with those mediated by sensing equipment. Led and facilitated by Kat, this workshop introduces participants to two of these artistic research methods that make use of scientific equipment and embodied techniques to connect with […]

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This Land Is Not Mine |Launch of the Sounds of Lusatia Platform

Do you live in Lusatia? Contribute sounds from the region to the sound database of This Land Is Not Mine through our new microsite. On Monday 21st September 2020 we launched the new microsite to crowdsource Sounds of Lusatia: https://lausitzklang.katausten.com Contribution to the database for freely accessible to anyone who […]

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Studiotopia Panel discussion “Radical Change by Working Together”

Kat’s work focusses on including multiple perspectives, narratives and knowledges to discover new ways of understanding our place in the world. What’s your big plan for change? What can we achieve by working together? Have your say by participating in the STUDIOTOPIA Panel Discussion where Kat is welcoming her Scientists […]

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Quarantine EMAP Group Exhibition | Kontejner

Kat will be showing part of her new work Stranger to the Trees in the Quarantine Exhibition organised Kontejner (EMAP/EMARE) for Ars Electronica 2020. Join the live stream from 11am – 11:30 CET on Friday 11th September 2020

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Noise Maps panel discussion

Kat will be one of the international experts discussing with ethnomusicologist Ilaria Sartori and the team from Bit Lab Cat “What is Noise?”. Join the discussion and ask your questions on 9th September 2020 between 5pm and 5:30 pm CET online.

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