Next Wednesday (08/08/18), in a different light will be premiered outside in the Roger Stevens space on campus at the University of Leeds. I’ve been working on this project for a few months, collaborating with two artists – Bethany Chamberlain and Natasha Joseph – from Leeds Arts University, and we’re all really excited to see/hear it in the space.
It will run from 9.30am to 8pm that day and audiences are welcome to arrive anytime during that period. It’s also free!
To find out more, please visit the Facebook page.
Lottie Sadd is an artist, composer, and pianist currently living in Leeds, UK. She has exhibited work with CAVE (Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation) and has been involved in a number of both contemporary experimental and classical performances around the country. She was awarded the prestigious Berkofsky Award (2017) for her installation Room for Thought (2016-7), becoming the first composer/musician to have won the prize. She recently completed a Masters in Critical and Experimental Composition with Scott McLaughlin and Michael Spencer at the University of Leeds, and aims to continue with a PhD on the nature of and art within ‘Process’, via concepts prevalent in Eastern aesthetics and combined with notions of interrelatedness and rhizomatic development.