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16 March 2019, 2-3pm

Hannah Kemp-Welch2018 Open House artist-in-residence, shares the process and outcome of her year-long residency with North Cambridge communities in Hyperlocal Radio. Kemp-Welch has been inspired by Cambridge pioneering company Pye Electronics, their history and remaining impact on the local community as well as Kettle’s Yard’s founder, Jim Ede’s own experiences of public broadcasting in the UK and USA.

Find out more about Hyperlocal Radio, her work with Open House in Cambridge and elsewhere.

FREE, booking recommended

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This event is in the Research Space on the first floor of Kettle’s Yard.
The Research Space is fully accessible. Please take the stairs or the lift from the ground floor to floor 1.

About Hannah Kemp-Welch

Hannah Kemp-Welch is a social practice sound artist, working collaboratively with communities, educators and artists, to listen to the world around them. Using a range of strategies such as sound recording, audio interventions, broadcasts, performance and digital making, works explore communication and ask how do we listen? and who can be heard

Recent projects explored audio signposting and digital voices, changing languages under globalisation, precarious labour and rhetoric around employment. Within complex issues, works seek a positive vision of the future, encouraging play and experimentation, facilitating knowledge exchange and collective action. 

Hannah has worked with communities across the UK, and shown works at Tate Modern, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Firstsite Colchester, and Nottingham Contemporary; Hannah is currently the Open House artist in residence at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge.

About Open House

Open House is a long-term collaboration between Kettle’s Yard and our neighbouring communities in North Cambridge. Supported by Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Cambridge City Council and Arts Council England.