Following the INCLUSIVES project, the Fair_Play network and Tsuku Boshi Recordshave decided to continue their joint adventure through a temporary collection presenting female and non-binary composers from various backgrounds: ]FairTsuku[
Each split album features two artists with a carte blanche.
For this new realease, we are very pleased to present: Camille Lacroix & Female Laptop Orchestra (FLO)
Female Laptop Orchestra (FLO), a music research project established in 2014 by Nela Brown, connects female musicians, sound artists, composers, engineers and computer scientists globally, through co-located and distributed collaborative music creation. Each FLO performance is site-specific and performer-dependant, mixing location-based field recordings, live coding, acoustic instruments, voice, sound synthesis and real-time sound processing using Web Audio API’s and VR environments with audio streams arriving from different global locations (via the internet and mobile networks). From stereo to immersive 3D audio (and everything in between), FLO is pushing the boundaries of technology and experimentation within the context of ensemble improvisation and telematic collaboration.
4 FLO tracks (performers):
- Once upon a time ( Performers: Nela Brown, Maria Mannone, Ariane Stolfi, Sonia Wilkie)
- Unavailable at the moment ( Performers: Nela Brown, Magdalena Chudy, Ada Mathea Hoel, Maria Mannone, Ariane Stolfi)
- Building a connection ( Performers: Nela Brown, Magdalena Chudy, Ada Mathea Hoel, Maria Mannone, Ariane Stolfi)
- Women are from Mars ( Performers: Nela Brown, Magdalena Chudy, Ada Mathea Hoel, Maria Mannone, Ariane Stolfi)
Camille Lacroix est scénographe / plasticienne. Depuis quelques années son travail s’étend à la création sonore. Elle suit actuellement le cursus de composition électroacoustique au Conservatoire de Pantin.
Site web : http://www.camillelacroix.fr
– – –
Visuel Couverture : Original image by Jonathan Gillie