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Dyad, an exciting multimedia exhibition by Kinna Whitehead, is coming to Birmingham’s T Street Gallery this March. Kinna draws inspiration from her upbringing's landscapes and nature. Currently studying composition at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Kinna's artistry blends visual art, instrumental, vocal performance, and composition.

Influenced by composers like Philip Glass and Meredith Monk, Kinna intertwines elements of nature, humanity, and climate change in her work. Dyad takes viewers on a meaningful journey exploring how we relate to the natural world as it changes around us.

The exhibition features films synchronising sounds with rhythms, movement, and light to explore thought-provoking concepts.

Through films, Kinna invites us to contemplate various aspects of our existence. From the sonic worlds of Birmingham's city centre bricks, to reflections on love, conflict, beauty, and connection, Dyad offers a rich tapestry of emotions and ideas.

Dyad invites us to consider our place in the world and our impact on it. It fosters a sense of awareness and interconnectedness, aiming not to instil fear but to encourage understanding of our collective role in the ecosystem we share. Join us for the private viewing on March 14th at 6pm.

DYAD opens on March 14th at 6pm at T Street Gallery.
Exhibition Opening Times:
Private View: 14th March 2024, 6-8pm
Exhibition runs 15th March - 5th April 2024 (by appointment)

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