Flo Wilson (they/ she) is a composer, performer and artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau/ Auckland, Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Their creative work spans choral-based experimental electronic performance, immersive sound and video installation whilst utilising spatial sound design heavily throughout their practice. They are particularly curious about relationships between people and technology; how technology can extend, reduce or manipulate our modes of being.
Their work has been shown and performed at NIME (USA), ACMC (AUS), Spark Arena (NZ), Verge Gallery (AUS), Audio Foundation (NZ) and The Dowse (NZ), as well as performed new works for the New Zealand School of Dance for the Choreographic Season. Other performances and work include the Audacious Festival of Sonic Arts in О̄tautahi/ Christchurch, solo exhibitions in Auckland and Wellington, and they were the co-artist in residence with Olivia Webb for the Toi Pōneke/ Te Kōkī Sound Art Residency 2017/2018. In late 2017 Flo independently released their debut EP '(Please) Keep Breathing', with a 2018 tape release on New Zealand experimental label mfmp.
Flo's major new sound work 'Prelude to a Requiem' was released bio-digitally through Saplings Records in 2022.
Under Flo’s former performance alias Foxtrot, they completed a trans-Tasman tour, including playing Camp A Low Hum, Chronophonium and Lines of Flight festival. They have supported Suzanne Ciani, Baths, Dan Deacon and Don McGlashan.
Flo holds a first-class honours degree in Composition - Sonic Arts from Te Kōkī – New Zealand School of Music.