ANNA MUCHIN is a French-Greek artist and translator living in Brussels. She works with music composition, text, image. As Scarlett O’Hanna she has released records Cheap Bling Bling (2009), Impostor (2011) and Romance Floats (2014). Her collaborations have included playing as a supporting act for Wilco and Cocorosie, keys and guitar for She Keeps Bees, creating and singing with Nate Kinsella (aka Birthmark), Peter Silberman (The Antlers) and Sam Genders (Diagrams). She has worked for choreographers Vera Tussing, Coral Ortega, Chloe Chignell, Marion Sage, as a performer, composer or sound advisor, as well as for film and radio directors such as Katerina Evaggelakou, Elisabeth Debourse. Her songs ‘HK’ and ‘Thieves’ have been featured on BBC and Netflix. She has toured through Europe, USA and Japan.
Domesticity is a score research departing from the body as sonorous being and our very first instrument, as well as from the interrelation between movement, rhythm and sound. I am interested in the relation between the private and public spheres. In the same way I see these spheres operating, relating to each other as the recto and verso of a piece of paper, I see the body as the interface where inner and outer experiences collide and coexist. Through movement, sound and rhythm, the body, our sonorous self and first instrument, occupies space, inhabits silence, offering possible forms of presence and resistance
Residency recovered from call of 2020, that was unable to be done due to the pandemic.