Meg Walker explores the human sensorial interfaces between hearing, movement and sight. Since 2013, she’s been gathering field recordings across the Yukon Territory in multiple locations and in all seasons.
She then listens actively to these recordings and translates her responses into visual works – evidence of hands and arms in motion. Through this process she creates new sights for some of the wild and urban places in this part of the North.
Other creative channels are: paintings, soundscapes, and writing about art & culture.