Rebecca Lane is a musician who explores intonation, focusing on sound perception, but also on phenomena that only emerge through specific ways of working together. Thus her practice is informed by ongoing relationships and collaborations with composer-performers (such as Catherine Lamb, Marc Sabat, Clara de Asís and Sam Dunscombe) and within various duos and ensembles, utilizing various flutes (flutes, quarter-tone flutes, recorders) and occasionally voice or objects.
She has also worked with experimental or new music composer-performers such as Eva-Maria Houben, Chiyoko Szlavnics, Antoine Beuger, Jürg Frey, Klaus Lang, Viola Torros, Laura Steenberge, André O. Möller, Ernstalbrecht Stiebler, Sarah Hughes, Ryoko Akama, Taku Sugimoto, Peter Ablinger, Anthony Pateras and composer Salvatore Sciarrino. She co-initiated the Harmonic Space Orchestra, a research-performance collective exploring rational tuning practices, co-curates for Sacred Realism and the Vibrant Matter sound series, and appears on records released by Another Timbre, Sacred Realism, Edition Wandelweiser, Ftarri and Immediata. Born in Melbourne, Australia, she is currently based in Berlin.
Horatiu Radulescu: Plasmatic Music Vol. 1 (Mode 339)