Joëlle Snaith is a South African audiovisual artist and designer whose work is focused on exploring the connection between sound and form.
Her approach is highly experimental, producing an output that is often unexpected and unknown at the start. Using frequencies and minimal structures she embraces the imperfections that emerge from her process as she tries to capture the atmosphere and emotions that she feels in the moment.
Her works range from music videos and digital artworks to realtime visuals and live performance, and are constructed of computer generated images driven by audio, resulting in forms that are largely sculpted by sound.
Her works include collaborations with Killawatt and Ancestral Voices, MIRA Festival (BCN) alongside Andy Stott, Re-Textured Festival with SPEKTRA (UK) and Field Maneuvers (UK), as well as AV shows at OFFF Festival in Mexico City with Aldo Aréchar, OFFF Barcelona with Joshua Davis and most recently OFFF Vienna. She has a residency as a visual artist at FOLD in London, where she takes the audience on a journey that aims to connect sound and form, and heighten their experience of the music.
Joëlle also works as a product designer, creating elegant and usable experiences while exploring how humans interact with technology.