Flo Wilson is an emerging composer, performer and artist based in Tāmaki Makauru/ Auckland, Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Her interests in music and art span computer music, embodied performance, spatial sound design and immersive installations. In particular she is curious about the relationships between people and technology; how technology can extend, reduce and manipulate our modes of being. Anika Moa has also described one of Flo’s works as ‘trippy’!
Her work has been shown and performed at NIME (USA), ACMC (AUS), Spark Arena (NZ) and The Dowse (NZ), as well as performed new works for the New Zealand School of Dance for the Choreographic Season. Following performances and work at the Audacious Festival of Sonic Arts in Christchurch, Flo has recently premiered her first solo exhibition in Wellington. She is currently the outgoing co-artist in residence with Olivia Webb for the Toi Pōneke/ Te Kōkī Sound Art Residency 2017/2018 and released her debut EP '(Please) Keep Breathing'.
Under her former alias Foxtrot, she completed a trans-Tasman tour, including playing Camp A Low Hum, Chronophonium and Lines of Flight festivals; She has also supported Baths, Dan Deacon and Don McGlashan.
Flo holds a first class honours degree in Sonic Arts from Te Kōkī – New Zealand School of Music.