Music is everywhere, you can find it in every space that we fill with our body, but also in those that we have not filled yet, you can find it in every step, in every flap of wings.
For Kelsey Lu, you can find music in your everyday life infusing it with a new meaning as if it allows a new way of existing through already reproduced or potential sounds.
We interviewed Kelsey Lu for the presentation of the new Miu Miu Women’s Tales short film “House Comes With A Bird” directed by Janicza Bravo and which sees her as the lead, introducing her to the world of cinema.
Entering her room, one of the many intimate and unexpected corners of Venice, I felt welcomed by her energy, hidden behind a soft and ethereal voice, just like her sound.
I am a fan of his music and, in the song “Morning Dew” I often find a sense of peace, something that leads me towards meditation: Kelsey Lu’s is a world to get lost in and, when this happens, this is where the magic happens.
With Kelsey Lu we talked about freedom and how strengthening it is to receive it from those you work with, giving new respect to your work. The Miu Miu Women’s Tales was an opportunity for her to discuss the work she has done with other women, and how important costumes and clothes are for her, both for the creation of “House Comes With A Bird” and in her performances, such as if they were real energy catalysts, between one sound and another.
Is this your first time in Venice?
No, actually, this is the second time, I’ve been here in April for the opening of the Biennale.