Kin (Cultura Plasmic INC) works with sound, sensors, moving image and installation to explore the social and environmental aspects of digital technology, often using ecological imagery and metaphor to explore power and control within the digital landscape. She looks at distance in a networked world, the interaction between physical and virtual space, cultures of speed, the attention economy and how accelerationism affects our connection to Deep Time.
In 2016, her conductive ink work Dead Pigeons and Chandeliers featured in a New York exhibit on Politics and Power, and in 2017, she received the first international showcase of her audio-visual installation Watchtower (critiquing online surveillance) at the European Convention Centre in Luxembourg.
In 2019 she showcased an extended 5.1 version of Watchtower at CCA Glasgow with Cryptic (★★★★ The List), had a version of Living in an Inbox programmed for Strangelove Festival at The Photographers’ Gallery, Turner Contemporary, Fabrica and Folkestone’s Quarterhouse, and wrote/presented 30-min radio programme An Inward Outlook: Loneliness and the weather for Radiophrenia featuring sound art pieces ‘Brewing’ and ‘Shipping Forecast for Social Media Sentiment’. In 2020, Kin is featuring in ‘DIS_connect: disability, digital and (im)mobilisation’ at Autograph Gallery.