My practice will be at the junction of three areas : natural environment, sound and human-computer interaction. I will investigate methods for creation focusing on soundscape composition for narrative environment or specific site with extending high technology.

Before the beginning of modern science, how was “sound” captured? In the process of exploring, I met an ancient Indian philosophical structure Nada Yoga. The foundation of the theoretical and practical elements of Nada Yoga is based on the premise that “everything including all the universe and human beings is made up of vibration of sound called Nada”. This concept means to emphasize sound energy the most than substances and particles that make up the universe. Nada Yoga is also a method of reverence and reaction to sound and is considered as a potential medium to promote deep integration with the inner and outer universe.

Recently, I am doing audio visual live performance which designs visual information such as space and experience from analysis of sound. Discover and visualize sensory and spiritual nature of sounds and words, lead to living things and inanimate objects and the events they bring, and witness it with experiences.

To listen to the voices of nature is to listen to our original inspirations. Our bodies are nature. So listening to nature is to listening to ourselves, and recognizing that we are a part of nature. To regain all of those things… I think, is a huge task for contemporary art and music.

She is a Japanese composer and an artist based in Tokyo. After graduating from the Graduate School of Engineering, Yokohama National University, in Electronic and Computer Engineering, became involved in video production of television programs and animated films.
She started playing classical piano as a child, as of 2011 she studied sound processing, mixing engineering and recording technology at Bigakko, and music theory at Penguin College of Music. Inspired by social issues, she practices her creation at the junction of three areas: natural environment, sound and human nature. member of SACEM.

Elle est compositrice et artiste japonaise vivant à Tokyo. Après avoir obtenu sa maîtrise en génie électronique et informatique de la Graduate School of Engineering de la Yokohama National University, s’est occupée à la production vidéo de programmes télévisés et de films d’animation. Elle a commencé à jouer du piano classique lorsqu’elle était enfant, à partir de 2011, elle a étudié le traitement du son, l’ingénierie du mixage et la technologie d’enregistrement à Bigakko, et la théorie musicale au Penguin College of Music. Inspirée par des problèmes sociaux, elle pratique sa création à la jonction de trois domaines: environnement naturel, son et humain nature. membre de SACEM.