Making waves: women and electronica

// 21 November 2014

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In August this year, Cambridge’s Wysing Arts Centre held its fifth Space-Time festival. This arts and music festival explores “realities and possibilities” and this year chose to focus on women in electronic and experimental music. The piece below reviews the event, talking to women working in the industry about the barriers they experience within this field. Sadly, I missed this exciting event, but for those of us who didn’t attend, you can read more here.

The image is of Holly Herndon, a performer at the festival. It shows Holly performing, with one hand on a laptop and the other on a mixing table. The image was taken by Niklas Park and shared under a Creative Commons licence.

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