Lottie Sadd (she/her) is an interdisciplinary composer-performer making immersive sonic performances and installations. Informed by ideas of ritual, her holistic practice is broadly concerned with exposing the processes of creation. Sadd experiments primarily with long-form and improvised sound works, moving image, and text, inviting audiences to step outside an object-centric art experience and into these dynamic processes. She is particularly interested in smallnesses, exploding the minutiae of things and ‘writing a lot about a little’. Recently, she has been developing her embodied practice involving vocal (non-verbal and verbal) and bodily performance, responding to feminist mythologies of ‘monstrous’ women, and re-imagining corporeal and empathetic approaches to communication.