Myriam Pruvot is an artist, a musician and a performer. Her work borrows many medium among which language, song and places remain constant. She is particularly interested in the political, philosophical and poetic dimensions of these objects. She graduated in Fine Arts School, where she has taught edition. She has also trained in improvisation, vocal techniques and sound creation. She has collaborated as an author and performer on many radio projects (with artists Alessandro Bosetti and Anne-Laure Pigache), musicals (with musicians Sylvain Chauveau and Stéphane Garin), and choreography (with playwright Céline Cartillier, Collectif Groupenfonction, choreographer Isabelle Croxatto, director Matthias Varenne) in Europe, South America and Canada. After a long stay in Chile, she published in 2013 a disc mixing field recording, improvised music and philosophical text entitled Niebla. She will continue the existence of this album in concert under the insular name of Monte Isola in Belgium, France and Portugal. In 2015 she joined Prototype II, a research program in choreographic composition at Royaumont Abbey, as a composer. She anchors on this occasion her voice / gesture approach and create the performance La parole chanceuse. In 2017, she adapts this solo in radio creation with the Empreinte grant and integrates l'Atelier de création sonore radiophonique. In the same year she won a residency on the island of Comacina (Italy) as part of the Wallonia Brussels Federation. In 2018 she is invited by Les Halles de Schaerbeek to stay in Morocco and makes a sound installation Safar and a radio creation Je parle toutes les langues, mais en arabe. In 2019 she was awarded a residency at ISELP in Brussels to continue her research on orality. Since 2011 she has composed a dozen sound creation for the living arts and she regularly acts as an artist and pedagogue on vocal dramaturgy issues. It develops during workshops (Motérialité, Voix Impossibles) its own transmission tools. Her work has been shown at the ECOS festivals in Lisbon, MONOPHONIC and ARS MUSICA in Brussels, RE: FLUX in Quebec and more recently during the VISION exhibition at the Halles de Schaerbeek and the Saint-Gervais theater in Geneva for the first encounters LES YEUX GRAND FERMÉS.
An interview in Camerae, an italian magazine during my residency on Comacina Island (IT)