Molly Macleod is a multidisciplinary artist working within the intersection of art and science, creating interactive sound installations and performances addressing the relationship between sound, technology and the human body.
Creating art with Molly Macleod
Join us for a LIVE demonstration and interview with Molly on Instagram, then head over to Zoom for a half hour skills share from Molly herself!
- 12.30pm: LIVE reading and interview with Molly Macleod on Instagram
- 1.00pm: Workshop from Molly Macloed on Zoom about creating art.
Active Listening and Graphic Scores: Turning sounds in to images
Starting with a series of short listening exercises to focus our ears and tune in to our individual and collective sonic surroundings, we will then explore different ways to interpret sound in a visual format. I will share my own methods of graphic scoring with an emphasis on using and manipulating materials from your own listening environment within your work. I will also introduce participants to a few examples from the array of sound technology I use within my work revealing ways to listen in to hidden sounds from your environment.
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Molly's art work
About Molly Macleod
Molly Macleod is a multidisciplinary artist working within the intersection of art and science, creating interactive sound installations and performances addressing the relationship between sound, technology and the human body. She is currently studying MA Art & Science at Central Saint Martins University, researching the female voice and biotechnology. Her work is often exhibited as a live experiment using the audience as vehicle for intervention, where the viewer interrupts a process or leaves their unique biological mark on the final outcome.
She has been artist in residence at studios and galleries such as Olho Da Boi in Lisbon, Pinea-Linea de Costa in Spain, Pico Montanha Festival in the Azores islands and exhibited and performed her work across Europe in spaces such as Maria Matos Theatre in Lisbon, Das Graduate Theatre in Amsterdam, TATE exchange and Fabrica gallery.
More Artist workshops with Voice
Thanks to Arts Council England, we're excited to be offering a series of artist workshops. Join us as we interview creatives and then hand over to them to run a workshop! Explore more free skills share workshops in the Artist Workshops with Voice series.