Eve Couturier, born and living in Paris, has been involved in live and recorded music for more than twenty five years,
working with artists , film makers, writers , as well composing for the theater.
She has worked for the French National Radio station, France Inter in the 80s, reporting, editing,
and producing what she has called “Magnetic Writing.”
In1983 she joined the Radio Nova team, which was one of the most creative and experimental free radio stations on French FM.
In 1985, she created with Jean Jacques Palix the
studio Tapage Atypique (Atypical Noise) and a record label
Song Active Production.
They produced many soundtracks and musical scores
for the choreographers Daniel Larrieu , Brigitte Farges, Odile Duboc, Tomeo Verges, Alain Buffard, François Grippeau.
In 1996 she was the live DJ, and the reader for
“CP/AD,” a revival major experimental choreography.
written by Yvonne Rainer, and performed by the Quatuor Knust.
She recorded in 2002 her french translation of the John Cage text " Lecture on Nothing" soundtrack
for the film by J.J. Palix "Conference sur rien".
Actually, she is sharing artistic situations as spokenwords performer.