Anne Lepère

Born in 1985, this Brussels-based artist explores the relationships between various strains of sound design in her work: field recordings, radio drama and experimental music. In her creations, the use of voice is very often chosen as the start from a more intimate point before opening up to a larger frame. Supported by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and the acsr, “Autopoiesis” was her first long radio drama, completed in 2018 and awarded with the Prix Palma Ars Acustica 2019.

Anne Lepère's work has been broadcast on radio and during events in Belgium and elsewhere in Europe as well as in North America. Increasingly, she has been working on stage with live sound performance and installation as well as with dancers and choreographers. She has created the sound design and music for such choreographic and theatre pieces as “Grand Tétras” by Marion Sage and “Rapid Eye Movement” by Estelle Gautier.

Kunstradio Sendungen / Kunstradio Broadcasts:

04. 08. 2019: Prix Palma Ars Acustica 2019