Wave Farm Artist-in-Residence: Claire Serres
Serpentine waves is a live incantation in front of microphones, combining lyrical voices, whistle, spoken words, and breathing. This poem as sensual as it is monstrous, relates the molt of the mythological snake woman, the wyvern demoness. In this performance, the voice is a vehicle between our outer and inner worlds, a crossroads to explore desire in a deep airwaves dance. A live radio performance, Serpentine waves, will be performed outside the studio, outdoors, with a public audience.
Claire Serres is an artist performer, vocalist and radio director. Most of her practice talk about transformation, gesture, and improvised voice. She plays and records the lovsong series, contextuals ballads for the street, museums and radios in Europe. Since 2020, she has composed for a choir of women. ligie.org