Amosphère is a Paris-based composer and multidisciplinary visual artist. Through diverse mediums, by using a minimalist vocabulary and fictional concrete poetry, her work questions time, space, cosmology, human perception and psycho-physical effects through sonic meditations.
Classically trained on piano, her practice has been transformed into contemporary process : by exploring the balance between analog synthesizers and contemporary technologies, the music scores — collected datas or visual objects, are translated into sounds, installations and performances that exist both in the physical world and through virtual reality.
Born and raised in China, she studied literature in Japan, before moving in France in 2012. After an exchange at Central Saint Martins College Of Art And Design in London, she obtained her Master in Fine Art at École National Supérieure d’Arts de Paris-Cergy.
In 2017, she was assistant of composer/artist Tomoko Sauvage. Her solo work is represented by 33-33 Label after being invited by Laurel Halo to perform at MODE Exchange in London in 2019. In 2020, she started the duo project ATyPtek with musician/dancer/artist NSDOS, presenting a virtual 3D performance via IRCAM/Pompidou Center in Paris, virtual solo performances via Somerset House Studio in London by Mutant Promise/EBM(T) collectif from Tokyo. She performed recently at Salon de Normandy by The Community. 2021, her debut solo album will be released on 33-33 Label.
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