sic for Bodies, for which she received the 2005 NESTA Dreamtime Fellowship. Kaffe is known for making site-specific works using self-designed software matrices and feedback within the space, the site then becoming her instrument. Her Sonic Bed_London, part of the Worldwide Bed Project, received an Award of Distinction at Prix Ars Electronica this year. She also has been making a growing body of composed works through collaborations with a variety of people, including community members from the site of her work and a wide range of interdisciplinary professionals. She currently is working with NASA astronauts researching the sonic experience of space travel. Her BAFTA-awarded work, Weightless Animals, uses kites and the weather on an uninhabited Scottish island. Weather Made is another site-specific public work of hers that uses taut wires strung through the Australian outback.
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