Zoë Mc Pherson

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Zoë Mc Pherson is an interdisciplinary artist whose kaleidoscopic output channels a myriad of sources and research.

2018’s work String Figures [SF01] is an ongoing trans-global art project fusing electronic sound, ethnomusicological research, video art and choreography into a rich audiovisual tapestry that collapses worlds, histories and timeframes.

2020 will see her release States of Fugue [SF02] on her own imprint, established with regular collaborator Alessandra Leone. The album explores typical dance music meter, toying with it and deconstructing it, with a punk streak. The album also sees her collaborate with Elvin Brandhi and Dutch free improv vocalist Greetje Bijma

Her live sets and kinetic AV performances occupy a singular space at the intersection between forward-thinking club music, audio-visual culture and sound art.

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