Kadet Kuhne
Kadet Kuhne is a visual and sound artist who aims to prompt visceral responses to the invisible forces that constitute matter and consciousness. Taking form in video, interactive installation, soundtracks, 3D printing and 2D print, Kadet’s works have been presented at select venues such as Museum of Art Lucerne, Sundance Film Festival, Sónar Festival, Mutek, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, LACE Gallery, The Villa Arson, and Crossroads Film Festival. Kadet received a master’s degree in Integrated Media and Experimental Practices from the California Institute of the Arts in 2004 and is now based in Oakland, CA. Community involvement is a consistent part of Kadet’s art practice, such as collaborating with local and remote artists, serving on the boards of Mediate Art Group, San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, and San Francisco Cinematheque, and taking part in screening committees for Sundance and Frameline. More >>

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