Brigitte Hart is an Australian sound, installation and performance artist currently based in London. Her practice is centred around voice, violin and environmental recordings and explores relationships between voice(s), objects, histories, and place. She also holds particular interest in exploring the art of small sounds, sounds that can be imagined, and the memory of sound. Each installation and performance aims to combine diverse technologies and explore the ambiguous, liminal space that exists between audience and performer.
Brigitte has developed installations and performed with CRiSAP (Centre for Research into Sonic Arts Practice), The Sound Portal, The Tate Modern and Tate Britain as well as The Barbican with sound design for a short film featured at the New York International Film Festival.
Brigitte has been the recipient of the Australian Art Start Award as well as the Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship. This has seen her study and perform at institutions such as The Whitechapel Gallery and The London Contemporary Music Festival with David Toop and environmental recording pioneer Chris Watson (BBC, David Attenborough.) Brigitte has also travelled to the Limpopo region of South Africa to take part in a sonic art residency & workshop with experimental artist and ecologist Fransisco Lopez.