Anne-Françoise Jacques

Living in Montreal, Anne-Françoise Jacques has had an active sound art practice since 2004. She regularly performs alone and in various collectives (such as Minibloc and Fünf), produces sound installations and creates soundtracks for the animated films of Julie Doucet. Her work has been presented in various festivals, including Mutek (Montreal), Send&Receive (Winnipeg), Club Transmediale (Berlin), VIVA! Art Action (Montreal), MEM (Bilbao), Sonoscopia (Porto), and artist-run centres, including Centre Clark, Séquence, Action Art Actuel, L’Œil de poisson, Espace Cercle Carré, le GRAVE, as well as in various bucolic or unusual places, such as parks, a metro entrance and under stairs. She toured and performed in Japan, in November 2014. Her most recent recordings are available via Crustacés Tapes, a project for postal sound distribution.