Winner of the 2021 Oram Award, Lia Mice is expanding the boundaries of electronic music production and digital musical instrument design. Dubbed a "pioneer of experimental pop" by Berlin's KALTBLUT Magazine, Mice's futuristic-industrial aesthetic can be seen at her live AV sets where she performs with her self-designed metallic sculptural large-scale digital instrument Chaos Bells, and heard on her albums that fuse immersive soundscapes with experimental techno-pop. She has performed her instruments and live A/V sets at such venues as The Barbican, the ICA, the V&A Museum, Ars Electronica Festival, the Tate Modern, WOMB (Tokyo) and the Museum of Arts and Design (New York). Her latest album The Sampler As A Time Machine is out on Optimo Music.

The Snape Malting Residency will provide Lia Mice with time to develop a new audio-visual live performance.