Julie Semoroz shapes sound using several sources such as field recordings, live microphones, her own voice, and different forms of hardware and software. She offers sound pieces like inner journeys into the subconscious that penetrate the darkness. Her work focuses on people’s individual relationship with mechanical and organic time and addresses new technologies and our post-industrial consumerist society. In her ecology-based research, Semoroz raises the question of how to experience our bodies and lives in society.
For the 2021 Ars Electronica Garden festival, TBA21–Academy presents a selection of works resulting from The Sea—Sounds & Storytelling, a collaborative two-day program organized by the Centre culturel suisse (Paris), Istituto Svizzero (Rome), Institut Kunst (Basel), and TBA21–Academy and hosted by La Criée Théâtre in Marseille as part of Les Parallèles du Sud, an initiative by Manifesta 13 Marseille – The European Nomadic Biennial in 2020.