Residence: Montréal, Canada
Estelle Schorpp is a French sound artist and composer based in Montréal. She received an MFA with distinctions from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris and is currently doing a masters in composition and sound creation at Université de Montréal with Nicolas Bernier. Her work investigates sound installation, as well as electroacoustic composition, writing and performance. She uses field recording, synthesis, low-fi, acoustic instruments to create hybrid environments exploring notions of reality and artificiality, naturalism and fantasy, human and non-human. Recently she has been developing self-generated sound installations inspired by communication techniques used by insects. She also is a composer and performer in the electronic experimental music duo with Véronique Marengère. Her work has been exhibited in collective shows in France and Finland. Her music has been heard in such international festivals as Exhibitronic and MuTeFest.
Date: April 16, 2019
Le rêve de Maneki-Neko (2019)5:00