Estelle Schorpp holds a masters degrees from École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris. She also graduated from Université de Montréal whith a masters degrees in Sound Creation and Composition during which she wrote a thesis entitled “Sonic interactive environments: an ecosystemic approach” and explored the potential of algorithmic systems through interactive sound installation.

She uses research, sound installation, music composition and performance as tools to put together projects that both embrace and criticizes our daily relationship with our sonic environment. She is interested in the notion of soundscape, medias history and its relationship with sound cultures history.

Her work has been presented in festivals such as Prix Ars Electronica (AT), MUTEK (MX, CA, AR, JP), FIMAV (CA), Exhibitronic (FR, DE), MuTeFest (FI) and in group exhibitions at the Centre d'Exposition de l'Université de Montréal (CA), Palais des Beaux-Arts de Paris (FR) and Exhibition Laboratory (FI). She has participated in study days and symposiums at ISEA22 (SP), CIRMMT (CA) and EHESS (FR). In 2016 she received the first Exhibitronic award for her electroacoustic composition Bagdad 9ème siècle. She is the recipient of several research-creation grants.



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