Kevin Logan is a Manchester born artist based in London, UK. His work embraces cross-disciplinary fields and incorporates installation, sound, moving-image and performance. He has exhibited and performed internationally and had audio-visual works screened in festivals worldwide.
He is a founder member of the collective thickear formed in London in 2012. Engaging with concepts of exchange and public transaction through diverse practice, thickear have performed participatory works and commissioned pieces throughout Europe. He is currently a part-time PhD candidate with the research organisation CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice), University of the Arts London. His PhD supervision team is comprised of Thomas Gardner, David Toop and Salomé Voegelin.
Expect a playful talk offering you the occasional abstract googly addressing the contemporary expanded field of sonic research: mediation, performance, and pedagogic and curatorial themes.
For more information see:
LCC, Performance Lab
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CRiSAP & LCC Sound Arts Visiting Practitioners series 2016-17: weekly talks for current BA, MA and PhD students and staff across UAL.