Louise K Wilson is a visual artist who makes installations, soundworks and videos. Processes of research are central to her practice and she frequently involves the participation of individuals from industry, museums, medicine and scientific research in the making of work. She has exhibited widely in North America and Europe. Recent exhibitions include Re-sounding Falkland on the Falkland Estate (Scotland 2010), I Hear Too: Live (York Minster 2009), Composure (Impressions Gallery, Bradford 2008), Post-Cinema (RMIT Project Space, Melbourne 2007); Sonic Arts Network Expo (Plymouth 2007) and the International Film Festival Rotterdam (2006). Her published writing includes an interview with Paul Virilio (CTHEORY, 1994), artist pages for “Zero Gravity – A Cultural Users Guide” (Arts Catalyst, Cornerhouse books 2005), and book chapters for “A Fearsome Heritage: Diverse Legacies of the Cold War” (Left Coast Press, 2007) and “Contemporary Archaeologies: Excavating Now” (Peter Lang, 2009).
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On the Plasticity of Echoes: Cold War sites and ruined temples / 08.07.11