About textile audio
…between ambient electronica and classical music lies Textile Audio…
Working with scores, field recordings, and operatic-pop composite vocals to weave rich melodic soundscapes and textures this music is unashamedly romantic.
Eve Klein has been a renegade romantic since childhood and this project, Textile Audio, is the fruition of a lifetime of daydreams, opera and wanderings in the Australian wilderness.
Eve is a professional opera singer (Opera Australia, Pacific Opera) and a composer-performer who works across experimental classical music, interactive performance art, and glitchy electronica. Eve has a PhD in Music and Sound (QUT) and works as Lecturer in Music Technology and Popular Music at the University of Queensland.
As Textile Audio Eve’s compositions have been featured on radio around the world and released through Feral Media, Mess+Noise, Cyclic Defrost, New Weird Australia and Wood & Wire. Notable festival performances of her work include Brisbane Festival (Brisbane), Underbelly Arts (Sydney), Turra New Music Festival (Perth), Undisclosed Territories (Indonesia), Melaka Art & Performance Festival (Melasia) and the International Festival of Artistic Innovation (England).
Textile Audio images are most often the magic of photographer/ videographer: Ravi Glasser-Vora.
Ravi Glasser-Vora is a creative coder and engineer. He has built devices and designed processes for works that have been performed and exhibited internationally and throughout Australia. He is currently collaborating on a live work for Mona Foma 2018 involving voice and medical technology.
Michelle Grima: mg [at] australiapr [dot] com [dot] au
textileaudio [at] gmail [dot] com