Pauchi Sasaki



ARTEMIS is a multiplatform transmedia opera. This project is inspired by NASA's "ARTEMIS" program, a space mission that will bring the first woman to the lunar surface in 2024, fifty-five years after the first man landed on the moon. This opera is based on cultural and gender studies. It explores the relationship and tensions between the female body, metal, technology, and power, through sound and includes the construction of interfaces such as the Speaker Dress No.3, a wearable sound sculpture composed of more than 150 speakers, amplifiers, sensors, and microphones.

Pauchi Sasaki is a composer, performer, and improviser who recreates intimate subjective landscapes through electro-acoustic sonorities, influenced by improvisational aesthetics and ethnic musical traditions. Her film scores appear in more than thirty feature and short films. She received three "Best Original Score" international awards, and the Ibermúsicas Latin American grant for sound composition with new technologies at CMMAS. Her work has been presented at the Tokyo Experimental Festival, Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival, The Kitchen, Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Hall, the MET, the Venice Biennale, and the Gran Teatro Nacional del Perú, among other venues.

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