For the ancient Greeks, all living things, including plants and animals, have a psyche. Metamorpha is an autobiographical work that explores the artist's own psyche, the animating principle that governs her life.
Like a cocoon suspended in space, the projected visuals interact with the artist who is performing inside, blurring the lines between the real and the illusory. It suggests the subtle emanation that surrounds all things, both physical and digital, revealing the private universe we each inhabit within our own multifarious psyches, and takes us on a cathartic quest for the authentic self that lies behind the persona.
A 50 minute, live vocal-driven, audiovisual odyssey, traversing through intimate a cappella and spoken word, into soaring and layered vocals, with delicate embellishments of electric harp and shadowy synths, weaved through dark modular beats.
2020 sees its release, to be inaugurated in Berlin's Funkhaus' sound chamber. Performed inside of an installation, designed in collaboration with performance architects Alex Schweder and Clemens Klein and videographer Stefan Schmied.