Gaëlle Scali is a french visual artist and musician who lives and works in Montréal, Canada. She trained in electro-acoustic practice at the post-graduate “Arts and Sound Creations” of the National School of Art in Bourges (Ensa) between 2018/2019 and in visual art at the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (Esba-Moco) in Montpellier between 2003/2009. She is interested in improvised music, computer-assisted composition practices, electronic live music performance and techno music historical movement. Her work explores the physical and immersive dimension of sound through electronic performance and improvised music. Also involved in a visual art approach, Gaëlle is interested in the territory of “techno” music by its technical, cultural, social and aesthetic dimensions.