An interview in Camerae, an italian magazine during my residency on Comacina Island (IT)
Myriam Pruvot is a vocalist, a sound artist and a performer. She's graduated in a master degree in fine arts in France, and then she has been teaching print during severals years. She is also trained in improvisation, vocal techniques and radio creation. She has collaborated as an author and a performer on various projects for radio (for Alessandro Bosetti, laviemanifeste, Anne-Laure Pigache), music (Sylvain Chauveau, label Wild Silence) and choreography (with playwright Céline Cartillier, Groupenfonction, national Chilean ballet El Banch, Matthias Varenne in Festival Actoral) in Europe, South America and Canada. Following a journey in Chile, she has released in 2013 an album wich combines field recording and improvised music entitled Niebla. She will continue the existence of this album in concert under the name of Monte Isola in Belgium, France and Portugal. In 2015 she joined Prototype II, a research program in choreographic composition at the Abbaye de Royaumont, as a composer. In 2017 she is awarded a fellowship in ACSR and will be in residence on the island of Comacina (Italy) as part of the Wallonie Brussels International Federation. Singing, orality and soundscapes are her main subjects of exploration.