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.
Are you a scientist interested in working within an artist’s practice? Studio Austen is taking part in the Studiotopia Scientist in Residence programme, sponsored by Ars Electronica. Scientists are invited to apply to collaborate with Kat on projects themed around environment, embodiment and democratisation of knowledge-making.
Deadline for applications 31st May 2020. More information on Kat’s practice https://www.studiotopia.eu/artists#kat
Apply using this form: https://studiotopia.app/ly/application/ You’ll need to provide:
- Short biography (including links to previous, current research)
- Motivation letter
- Select Kat as your artist of preference and describe what are your common grounds with the artist or his/her work
- Motivation to work on SDG and relation to your current research
- Describe your previous collaborative experience
Kat will be delivering Sushi Roulette with Gjino Šutić at Experiment Zukunft in Rostock in collaboration with Franziska Klaeger, Leibniz-Institut für Ostseeforschung Warnemünde.
Exhibition runs until 5th May.
5th – 6th April 2019