Darsha Hewitt (CA)

How to make a sonic loophole in space and time with your mobile phone


Using just your mobile phone, you will learn how to make it behave in ways you never imagined. Darsha Hewitt walks you through how to make your phone talk to you in a new way.

Darsha Hewitt (b. 1982) is a Canadian new media artist known for her examinations of communication technology in the domestic sphere and her use of DIY aesthetics and practices as an artistic method. She makes electromechanical sound installations, drawings, how-to videos and experimental performances with handmade audio electronics. She works in the Faculty of Media at the Bauhaus University, she recently held a guest professorship in the New Media department at the Kunsthochschule Kassel and is presently a fellow at the Graduate School at the Art University of Berlin.