Live Performances

Arroz con Leche (2019)

'Arroz con Leche' (Rice Pudding with Milk) is a dance theatre performance that provokes us to question what it is that shapes the gender identity in each of us, and female role models in particular. The performance is inspired by a nursery rhyme of the same title, which the artists explore through dance improvisation and text.

Created in collaboration with Paula Guzzanti for International Women's Day 2019 performance in Sonic Arts Research Centre.

#votesforwomen

#votesforwomen

(2018)

‘#votesforwomen’ investigates the state of ‘women’s right to choose’ through vocal and somewhat theatrical performance with a sarcastic approach. With the reference to one of the songs of Suffragettes ‘Keep Woman in Her Sphere’, the piece utilises multiple public statements towards diminishment of women’s rights. In collaboration with HIVE choir.

‘#votesforwomen’ investigates the state of ‘women’s right to choose’ through vocal and somewhat theatrical performance with a sarcastic approach. With the reference to one of the songs of Suffragettes ‘Keep Woman in Her Sphere’, the piece utilises multiple public statements towards diminishment of women’s rights. In collaboration with HIVE choir.

The First Flowers of the Year are Always Yellow

with Miguel Ortiz

A live performance piece that highlights the relationship between human body and memories. As a collaborative piece between two artists who usually engage with rather distinct interests within their sonic arts practices, the piece is unique blend of embodied music mediation technology and theatrical storytelling. Premiered in Korjaamo Culture Factory as part of SMC 2017 in Helsinki, Finland.

Play Pause Stop Rewind 

A solo music theatre piece to be performed by the composer herself. It focuses on the usage of voice and explores texture, rhythm, accumulating pitches and discovering patterns created by the way one manipulates speech. This conceptual, process-based composition musicalises a particular theory about how the brain handles memory, which will be auralised and visualised in live on-stage performance and pre-recorded video performance, involving one and the same performer.

    

Premiere at Sonorities Festival 2016

All Your Virtual

Assistants

Written for a female voice and a smartphone, the piece consists of certain texts that are often conveyed to us through a disembodied female voice in real life situations, such as the elevator voice or automobile navigation system and the virtual assistant application for smartphones. 

This work concerns with the common usage of the female sounding voices in the realm of the virtual assistant applications and interfaces.

Premiered 16 June 2016 at Sound Education Experience Symposium

   HOW TO REUSE YOUR  

  JAM JARS 

 The piece was premiered in June 2015 in 

 Black Box Belfast as part of Jam Jar    Series by Moving On Music. 

  A found sound piece made of  

  old jam adverts for fixed audio and action. 

  Featuring spoken voice of Matt Williamson 

Date A Girl Who Takes Baths (2015)

A piece for fixed audio, live spoken word and action. Premiered in June, 2015

in Black Box Belfast as part of 'Jam Jar Series' by Moving On Music.

The text is by Sarah Brose

'Date A Girl Who Takes Baths'. 

 

Googling (2014)

 

As part of a 5-day sound art festival in Belfast, the audience was asked to write down any word or sentence associated with the festival on a post-it on a daily basis. I collected those and googled the words and sentences and made a piece consisting of found texts or sounds from search results at googling. The piece was performed on the last day of the festival. 

 

Premiered at Round Buttons Square Tones at PS², Belfast.

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