WITCiH continues the Summer Salon Series on 14th June bringing together some of the most interesting and innovative women in tech today & shining a light on those often overlooked.
The night will include musical performances, food, talks & demonstrations
Dinner 6pm, Doors 7pm, Performances start at 8pm
£25 limited tickets available include show, dinner & glass of wine
£7 early bird / £10 tickets – show only
WEDNESDAY 14th JUNE
self-produced, independent, engaged, Imogen Heap blurs the boundaries between pure art form and creative entrepreneurship. Writing and producing, Heap has developed a strong collaboration with her loyal following both on and offline in recognised, pioneering ways.
She has been nominated for 5 Grammys, winning one for engineering and another for her Taylor Swift contribution on the album 1989. In her self built home studio also sits an Ivor Novello award, The Artist and Manager Pioneer award and an honorary Doctorate of Technology. Imogen is an ambassador for the PRS foundation and for Drake Music Organisation (leaders in music, disability and technology)
At TED Global 2011, Imogen first publicly performed with her Mimu Gloves – cutting edge gestural music ware, developed for her studio and stage work along with a team of engineers and scientists. The project has attracted worldwide attention from artists to Universities and within the press for humanising music tech in performance.
An inaugural WIRED Innovation Fellow, Rachel Wingfield is a Founder and Creative Director of Loop.pH, a London based spatial laboratory operating across the fields of art, architecture and the sciences to transform public space. A frontierswoman for a new creative field where designers intervene at an urban scale to create new visions for healthy human habitats. She develops collaborative tools for public engagement and multidisciplinary practices and consults on creative strategies and speculative futures for business and the public sector.
a Multidisciplinary Musician, Artist, Performer, Composer, DJ & Co-Founder of WITCiH. Born in London of Bengali heritage, Bishi received musical training in both Hindustani and Western Classical styles, including study of the sitar under Gaurav Mazumdar, a senior disciple of Ravi Shankar. She has recorded two albums, with long term collaborator, Matthew Hardern, Albion Voice and Nights at The Circus, and her live performances explore interactive multimedia and video projection. A Wide range of Musical collaborators both onstage & on record have included: Joanna McGregor, Nico Muhly, The Kronos Quartet, Martin Carthy, Norma Waterson, Patrick Wolf, Simon Bookish, Boy George, Anat Ben-David, Zongamin, Sean Lennon, Yuka Honda, Daphne Guinness and British Labour politician, Tony Benn.
Bishi will be performing a selection of new work from her forthcoming EP ‘Winds of Fate,’ she co-produced with composer, Neil Kaczor. Watch Bishi live looping
Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) have always had an intimate relationship with The Arts; WITCiH aims to explore & expand our knowledge of women working at that intersection – past, present & future.
WITCiH is female focused & welcoming to all people throughout the spectrum of gender & identity.
WITCiH aims to educate & inspire people through an understanding of Women in Tech, set in an historical context.
WITCiH aims to highlight, celebrate & showcase women currently working in technology with a clear focus on creativity & the arts.
Founded by interdisciplinary Musician/Artists & Audio-Visual Performers Bishi & Matthew Hardern AKA Glamorre, WITCiH is an online & real world platform for ideas, research, performance, creation & networking.