Norwegian sound artist and instrument builder Camilla Vatne Barratt-Due debut on Street Pulse Records with the new artist alias Canilla.
Canilla’s performative installations have been presented in museums and theatres as well as sound-art, dance and music festivals in Germany, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, UK and Norway. She was recently chosen for SHAPE 21 , a European platform for innovative music and audio visual art.
The songs on “you always wnted more in life, but now you don’t have the appetite” are thought of as conceptual love ballads stemming from trees of a wounded forest, originally coming out of an installation Canilla made for Kontakte Festival at Akademie der Künste in 2019. Behind the stories pumps a mechanical heart, a structure based on creations of dismantled accordions.
She is inspired by sound artists such as Pauline Oliveros, Delia Derbyshire, Else Marie Pade or Laurie Anderson and he has collaborated with a wide range of artists stemming from live coding, contemporary music, theatre and dance productions such as Jo Grys, Peter Cusack, Alexandra Cardenas and Ingri Fiksdal.
The album will be out on May 14th in digital and 12″ vinyl formats.
01. the extinction’s voluptuous odor
02. party with my homies
04. life without the human look
05. Alfred Korzybski
06. you always wanted more in life, but now you don’t have the appetite
07. we find them picking flowers that grow in the fields of extreme limit