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Eosin (Diana Combo) composes and performs with vinyl records. Starting from a process close to plunderphonics, she gradually grew to include her own field recordings or other sounds collected from online archives. Her new composition, or re-compositions, do not necessarily start from very well defined conceptual or methodological strategies but are rather the result of an intuitive exploration, informed by certain thematics for theoretical research and by the act of listening. Her relation with records and vinyl players has found yet another expression in contexts of collective performance, where they’re used as instruments for improvisation. In this context, Diana shared stages with Andrea Neumann, Ana Veloso, João Martins and Filipe Silva; Antoine Chessex, Werner Dafeldecker, Burkhard Beins, Nate Wooley, amongst others. She has performed solo at Transmediale, Tiny Noise and Festival ERTZ, and in venues as Casa da Música, Passos Manuel, Maus Hábitos, ZDB, Galeria Zaratan, Bar Irreal, Salon des Amateurs and General Public.
This is a recording of Eosin performing at ZDB, Lisbon, on November 13, 2015, sharing the bill with Bitchin' Bajas. Recorded by Cristiano Nunes.
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