Yolande Harris joins IPERCUBO.
We are delighted to introduce Yolande Harris to the artists’ roster at IPERCUBO. She is a British artist and researcher exploring ideas of sonic consciousness, creating installations and performances with sound and video to create intimate and visceral experiences that heighten awareness of our relationship to the environment. Her projects consider techniques of navigation, expanding perception beyond the range of human senses, the technological mediation of underwater environments and our relationship to other species. Her projects on underwater sound aim to bring us closer to this inaccessible environment, encouraging connection, understanding and empathy with the ocean. She has exhibited at the House of World Cultures Berlin, the Museum of Contemporary Art Barcelona, the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, the Institute of Contemporary Art London, the Netherlands Media Art Institute and the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Awards include stipends from the Dutch Funds for Visual Arts Architecture and Design, fellowships at the Orpheus Research Center in Music in Ghent, the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne, the Jan van Eyck Academy of Visual Arts in Maastricht, and a lectureship in Interaction Design at the Technical University of Eindhoven.