I am a researcher, musician, and designer, born in Marseille in 1993.
My research employs science, design, and art approaches to study, develop, and inquire
machine learning technology situated in music ecologies.
My practice seeks to cultivate a sense of human learning about such interdependence,
drawing insight from embodiment, cybernetics, and spirituality to create new forms of
musical expression between machines, things, and living beings.
I am currently postdoctoral researcher at EnsadLab, and co-founding member of wolfgang, a Paris-based music design collective.
Before this, I completed a PhD in the Sound Music Movement Interaction group at IRCAM, and worked one year as visiting researcher at Goldsmiths University of London. I graduated in Physics from École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay, received the MSc in Engineering from Sorbonne Université, and trained in Popular Music at Cité de la Musique de Marseille.
Through collaboration with people from many different backgrounds,
I have presented and published works in international conferences and journals, such as SIGGRAPH, NIME, MOCO, or PLOS One,
and contributed to various public events in French cultural sites,
such as Friche la Belle de Mai, GMEM-CNCM, Instants Chavirés, or Lutherie Urbaine.