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E. Æyer
Office Manager

E. Æyer is a Texas-born vocalist, composer, and improviser who lives and creates in Brooklyn, NY. In their practice, they mesh a powerful and harrowing multi-octave voice with stark orchestral, electronic soundscapes to create a portrait of a life as spiritual practice. Believing that music is a sacred and healing well we drink from to cure ourselves from trauma and conflict both internal and external, they are excited to serve as Office Manager at Found Sound Nation.

Their original compositions and performances have been featured in several short films with collaborators Traci Lavois Thiebaud of Houston, TX and Maria Bang Espersen of Copenhagen, Denmark. Their film with Maria Bang Espersen, "A messy story about oak and," has been screened at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, QFest Houston 2019, Kunstnernes Efterårsudstilling (KE19) at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning in Copenhagen, and was screened at the 58th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival. Improvisational performances include Processions with Okwui Okpokwasili at the River to River Festival in NYC (2021), Sitting on a Man’s Head in collaboration with MacArthur Fellow Okwui Okpokwasili at Project Row Houses in Houston, TX, Stonewall 50 Texas Noise & Ambience (2019) and Cell Lust | a body (2018) at the Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston, Queering the Wheel at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, and many others.

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