An introduction to creating and improvising cool sounds
Collusion’s ART // TECH // PLAY video series shares insights from artists about their work with creative technologies, aiming to spark curiosity and act as an introduction for others who would like to incorporate similar techniques into their work and practice.
Loula Yorke is a live artist and composer who uses sound, video and participation to create noisy artworks. Dancing in the spaces where the personal meets the political, her electronic music practice seeks to conjure moments of revolt as well as reveal hidden systems of control. Yorke runs participatory synth-building and performance workshops Atari Punk Girls. She has been funded by Arts Council England to develop the concept into a staged show in 2021. More info on Loula Yorke’s work can be found at loulayorke.com and her awesome music can be found at loulayorke.bandcamp.com.