About Cat Scott: Inner Horizons
What would it sound and feel like to be inside of a bubble?
Inner Horizons explores what it might sound and feel like to be inside a bubble. Step inside to become part of a magical fluid landscape which draws on wide ranging ideas from our earliest experiences inside the womb, to the vastness of outer space.
Bradford-based artist Cat Scott uses STEM (science-technology-engineering-maths) and design processes, and wave phenomena (light, sound, liquids, and gases), to invent fluid systems for her artworks.
The Boathouse will be open 11.00–16.00 daily. Cat will be in the Boathouse on 29 August and 7 September to talk about her work and answer questions.
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