Paris/Berlin electronic art-pop siren, Cleo T. premieres ‘Sunlight Lullaby’, a sweetly enchanting number, that displays once again her ability to create and deliver, fragile and yet fetching chamber pop pearls.
‘Sunlight Lullaby’ is taken by ‘And Then I Saw A Million Skies Ahead’ out later this year via Motor Entertainment….A “multidisciplinary, synesthetic work of art, eleven breathtakingly diverse compositions form the soundtrack for an interactive, integrative experience in which song, dance, painting, analogue instrumentation and digital video art seductively find one another. Art for all one’s senses.”
Cleo T. cites Greek philosopher Plotin to Russian avantgardist Kasimir Sewerinowitsch Malewitsch to Mexican painter Frida Kahlo to the great Italian mind Pier Paolo Pasolini as some of her main inspirations.
Her London show @ Red Gallery in Shoreditch 17 March, it’s a “metaphysics of light. created together with artist Maflohé Passedouet, founder of the Mobilis_Immobilis company…music and movement reflected in light effects and hence made visible and tangible in an interactive choreography reminiscent of bioluminescent phenomena like aurora borealis. Color rush and shadow dance – an invitation to create one’s own light and spread it to make the world a bit brighter”.
Photo Fabian Albertini