Estelle Schorpp received a Master of Fine Arts from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris in June 2018. She’s currently doing a masters in composition and sound creation at Université de Montréal. Her work covers different fields such as sound installation, electroacoustic composition, writing and performance. Recently, she’s been working on algorithmic systems through self-interactive sound installations.
In Le rêve de Maneki-Neko (Maneki-Neko is the famous Japanese cat statue), Schorpp plays with patterns of bounces, suspension and rhythm. Patterns move quickly and in a linear way at the beginning, becoming ever more fragmented and spatial. In an artificial and dreamlike atmosphere, the music attempts to be as agile, joyful and mocking as a cat’s pounce.