Another Vocal Migrations Event

Photo Bedford Cultural; Arts

Photo Bedford Cultural; Arts

Last year we went to the premiere of Kathy Hinde’s  work Vocal Migrations . Now she is putting on another event, which would give you a chance to play.

Vocal Migrations Upstairs at St Cuthbert’s Hall, Newnham Street, Bedford, Sunday 24th February, 2pm – 4pm. 14 yrs + Free, but space is strictly limited. Please book a slot online at– migrations/ Audio visual artist Kathy Hinde presents her experimental electronic artwork for voices, inspired by the behaviour of bats. This is an interactive afternoon where you can sing, play and shout. Experience being a bat. Use echo location to ‘see’ your surroundings in the dark, and create unusual sounds using just your voice and a specially created electronic voice modifier. These devices are bespoke-made by Kathy in collaboration with technologists at Bristol’s Pervasive Media Studios. She has been working with bat researcher Professor Gareth Jones of the University of Bristol to employ bio-mimicry as an artistic process. The Bedford Community Choir has been working with Kathy throughout the winter experimenting with and refining the devices

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