Performances

25 August 2017, Audio Mostly 2017, Oxford House Theatre, London, UK

  • FLO: Nela Brown (HR), Magdalena Chudy (PL), Maria Papadomanolaki (GR), Sonia Wilkie (AU), Ariane Stolfi (BR), Tuna Pase (TR), Franziska Schroeder (DE). A telematic performance of Transmusicking I in collaboration with WiMT: Anna Xambó, Léa Ikkache, Jason Freeman, Somesh Ganesh, Jyoti Narang, Agneya Kerure and Takahiko Tsuchya.

18 December 2016, ORIS House of Architecture, Zagreb, Croatia

“It was fantastic! I really enjoyed your and Magda’s performance! It was too bad the concert didn’t last longer, as Magda could have given so much more! I hope there will be another opportunity for me to hear FLO perform!”

Tihomir Branković, Executive Director of ORIS House of Architecture, Zagreb, Croatia.

You can also watch the video of the performance on our Youtube channel 🙂

15 October 2016, ALL2016Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK

  • FLO: Nela Brown (HR), Magdalena Chudy (PL), Maria Papadomanolaki (GR), Ximena Alarcón (CO). A co-located live performance of In Transglasphōnē, with bi-directional audio streaming from QMUL, London and Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, with soundwalk streaming from the streets of Cambridge + Simon Smith (UK) 4-channel performance diffusion & audience participation via  at Anglia Ruskin University

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29 August-11 September 2016Radiophrenia

  • FLO: Nela Brown (HR), Magdalena Chudy (PL), Maria Papadomanolaki (GR), Ximena Alarcón (CO). A live broadcast of In Transglasphōnē performance at CMMR2016 on 87.9FM as part of Radiophrenia 2016. For listeners outside of Glasgow a live webstream is available at radiophrenia.scot/listen/

6 July 2016, CMMR2016, University of São Paulo, Brazil

  • FLO: Nela Brown (HR), Magdalena Chudy (PL), Maria Papadomanolaki (GR), Ximena Alarcón (CO). A co-located live performance of In Transglasphōnē including 8-channel audio streaming from QMUL, London + Mathieu Barthet (FR), Thomas Deacon (GB-SCT) 8-channel performance diffusion & audience participation via Twitter at University of São Paulo, Brazil

“I was very impressed by the FLO performance telematically delivered to the CMMR 2016 in São Paulo. The combination of soundscape, electroacoustic sounds and instrumental sounds created a very subtle and emotionally charged atmosphere. One could feel the human touch behind she sounds and let the imagination wonder in the immersive ambient of soft and delicate sounds. The composition sounded at the time organic and free.” 

Paulo C. Chagas, Composer & Director of Experimental Acoustic Research Studio (EARS) at the University of California, Riverside, US.

24 June 2015, Sound Kitchen at Prague Quadrennial 2015, Prague, Czech Republic

  • FLO: Nela Brown (HR), Shelly Knotts (GB), Magdalena Chudy (PL) co-located live improvisation Annie Mahtani (UK), Joanne Armitage (UK), Lina Bautista (ESP), Alexandra Cardenas (DE), Libertad Figueroa (MX), Jenny Pickett (FR) distributed live improvisation audio streaming into the performance space

“I had the great pleasure of seeing the Female Laptop Orchestra at the 2015 Prague Quadrennial in 2015. Their goals were very ambitious, and they had a few technical problems which were overcome with grace. The performance by Nela Brown, Shelley Knotts and Magdelena Chudy was excellent. It is rare to see the depth of complementary interaction shown by these artists, particularly when the precarious demands of technology are ever-present.  

It seemed the telemetric interaction was occasionally problematic, but this is very hard to know, and actually irrelevant. My experience in the area is that when the performers are good and technology is working as expected, the performers enjoy the show, and when technology is not working as expected the performers make the show. In this performance the present and telemetrically present performers created an exceptionally good work, that explored the relationships and affordances of performer, technology, space and presence, and one that I hope to hear a recording of.”

Roger Alsop, sound designer, composer, musician, media artist, lecturer in Sound Design and Interactive Art at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, Australia. 

5 June 2015, Klang Festival, Durham University, Durham, UK

  • FLO: Nela Brown (HR), Shelly Knotts (GB), Magdalena Chudy (PL) co-located live improvisation + Joanne Armitage (UK), Lina Bautista (ESP), Libertad Figueroa (MX), Jenny Pickett (FR), Andrea Young (CA) distributed live improvisation audio streaming into the performance space

Watch the video of the performance on our Youtube channel 🙂

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