Quantom Foam, Photo: Martynas Justinevicius
Descent of Waves
27th August, 2022, 6pm
Quantum Foam makes noise to reflect on our relationship with technology and as an exploration to reveal information, symbols and meaning in our proximities. Field recordings of fleeting materials and states of dereliction are often her fundamental ingredients. Spatial and object memories are sampled, stretched and morphed into drone, ambient and techno. She softly takes sonic frequencies beyond their ontological origin and spacetime in order to form new semantics.
Her solo music performance includes Monument (2022), IMMA (2022), Amazonia Mapping Festival (2021), FACT Liverpool (2021), Static Trading (2021), MUTEK Festival ES+AR (2021), RHA Dublin (2021), and Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin, Derry (2020). Between 2019-2021, she was a visiting research associate at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Belfast. She studied Sound and Interaction at Konstfack and is currently a member of Fylkingen in Stockholm.
‘Would You Not Recall How Your Heart Once Beat for an Ordinary Saturday Calmness’, her debut track, was released in the 2020 edition of Jez Riley French’s project “verdure engraved”. Since then she produced and self-released EPs ‘Colour of Noise’ (2021) and ‘A Storm is Blowing From Paradise’ (2022). Her sonic work is featured in The Wire Magazine’s Below the Radar series 2022.
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