Kima: Noise - Art Film by Camilla Yavas and Analema Group, 2020
KIMA: Noise by Analema Group explores how urban noises affect our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Following an activity at Tate Exchange with noise expert Prof. Stephen Stansfeld, community groups such as Better Bankside, residents, and researchers in the field of urban noise, we invite you to the premiere of the art film KIMA: Noise.
Participants will explore the topic of noise pollution, the effects of noise on human health and wellbeing, through the film and in an online workshop with the artists and experts. KIMA: Noise raises awareness about noise and asks important questions on what we can do to mitigate its effects on health www.analemagroup.com
In addition to the film, the publication KIMA: Noise is shown. The monograph was first presented at Tate Modern, featuring artistic research, interviews and research by our collaborators.
About the artists:
https://analemagroup.com/ | @analemagroup
Analema Group is a London based Arts collective, founded by its artistic director Evgenia Emets in 2010. The members of the collective are artists Alain Renaud, Oliver Gingrich and David Negrao. Evgenia Emets is an artist, who creates installation and participatory performance work on the intersection of visual language, sound and poetry. Dr. Alain Renaud specialises in sound installations and sound design. Dr. Oliver Gingrich is an artist and researcher, working in the realm of visual technologies and media art. David Negrao is an artist, visual developer and creative coder. We create experiences on the intersection between art and technology.
We create experiences on the intersection between art and technology. Our mission is to reflect on the nature of perception, exploring the relationships between sound, colour, light, movement and form. Our participatory art fills the gap between performers and audiences, enabling them to question their senses and the boundaries of perception.