Méryll Ampe conceives sound as a medium to be sculpted in real time and improvises from analogue sources (oscillos, filters, drum machine). Playing with the interweaving of volumes, perspectives and dynamics, Méryll creates sharp and very raw materials.
Méryll Ampe also likes to skirt the limits of sound and dig into its flesh with a permanent interest in roughness and porosity. In live performances, Ampe engages instinctively and radically, using her ear to the ground and the body as a barometer to weave massive sonic states that unfold, intersect, blend or decompose. The result is thunderous bursts of abstract noise and rhythmic saturation.