Félicia Atkinson is a French musician and artiste, born in 1981 in Paris. Her work deals with topics of deep listening, cut ups, silence, noise, and language. It is a combination of improvisation and superimposed composition, as an abstract woven material, where the voice meets electronics, acoustic instruments, and field recordings. Her latest albums are Everything Evaporate (2020), The Flower and the Vessel (2019), Hand in Hand (2017) and A Readymade Ceremony (2015), as well as working with Jefre Cantu-Ledesma on Limpid As The Solitudes (2018) and Comme Un Seul Narcisse (2016). Together with Bartolomé of Shelter Press, she co-founded a record label/publishing platform that builds up dialogues between contemporary art, poetry and experimental music through printed publications and records. She’s performed at Berlin Atonal, the Barbican in London, the Semi Breve festival in Braga, Unsound Karkow, Le Guess Who? Utrecht, ISSUE Project Room New York, Presences Electroniques festival Paris and Zebulon Los Angeles.