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Flower Offwood

Artist

Guest of the 2021 L'Appel du Large festival

Born in 1978, Fleur Offwood is a multidisciplinary artist. After twenty years of music and photo workshops in a socio-cultural environment (travelers, homeless people, refugees, young people from sensitive neighborhoods, psychiatric patients, etc.), Fleur has become a music therapist and dance therapist with adults and children. people with multiple disabilities. His compositions, sometimes tailor-made, have been adopted by publishing and synchro houses such as Warner / Chappell Music Production Germany, Cezame Agency and Prodigious.

Projects in progress:
- "Bordeaux and slavery, what commemoration?"(2002-2022) podcast
- "Survival Guide for Solo Artist Moms"illustrated essay
- "Talk the walk": immersive journey on the theme of (non) speech

FINALISED project :
- 2018 to 2019: “To beat my heart hurried”Piano and voice performance
- Since 2010: electro pop project Fleur Offwood, eight albums and concerts in France and abroad

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As part of the L'Appel du Large festival which will take place from July 2 to 4, 2021, Fleur Offwood offers a performative work "The horizon of the fittest is already behind us"A refugee papi maker of butterflies, plants that love each other, a robot-woman in love with her owner, a child harassed by her school teacher ... Each title of Fleur Offwood's future French electro pop album evokes a subject of news turning its back on the old world. She will play them in different places throughout the festival. "Naive songs", the eponymous title of the album will be performed (dance and song) with young people with intellectual disabilities from the Friends of Jean Bosco household of Saint Vigor the Great. More information on L'Appel du Large here.