Lou Hazelwood

Lou Hazelwood is an artist working across media, performance and writing. She is interested in the constructs of memory and how this affects our connectivity, how we have recorded and displayed historically and how this has developed our current modes of display and our inclination to instantly forget. Lou Hazelwood is based in Hull.

The Rendering of Digital Memory by Lou Hazelwood

The temporality of memory and its fragility is now stored in many mainframes and we are reminded of moments in our lives not by our senses or our relationships with people but by algo-rhythmical data. Facebook reminds us in date order of our memories; the fluidity of experience lost to time. Lou Hazelwood will present a timehopping reading performance compiled from snippets of overheard conversation.


Appearing at:

Technology without Technology: Open Platform

Access Space
6pm-9pm, 17 Nov. 2016 - share on facebook
Free (donations welcome)

OPEN PLATFORM/RAP(s)-TwT. is a micro event series that explores the digital with physical means by asking performers to present digital work without using anything digital. Five performers/presenters take up the challenge of re-thinking the digital with free interpretations that are 1 to 10 minutes in duration, about or related to digital technology and happening on some sort of platform. 'Technology without Technology' (TwT) performances are a creative, playfully serious strategy to negotiate the 'unknowable' of digital technology and the constant information overload in our contemporary world. OPEN PLATFORM/RAP(s)-TwT. originated at Access Space in 2012 and is curated by Susanne Palzer. @Open_Platform_

Brian G Gilson

Michael Borkowsky

Lou Hazelwood

John X. Moseley

Susanne Palzer