Axelle de Caumia aka Junkerry works with live computers, electric guitar and voice.
After touring the world as a professional musician, settled in South India for 8 years to study Indian Classical music and began performing solo. In 2013 returned to Europe to take up "artist in residence", experimenting with Max msp software and tools originally designed from IRCAM
Since has been creating genre bending music based artistic projects. Collaborations have included New York photographer Neil Wilder, UK illustrator Patrick Morgan along with Royal Collage of Art, Google Tilt and Room One VR. Her latest project - a music film short - was nominated by NASA for their 2017 CineSpace Film prize.
Composes, writes and produces at her home studio in the South of France. Junkerry performs using Max msp tailored patches, as well as Ableton Live - currently one of only a handful of artists performing live solo sets in this way.