Since moving to Montreal in 2008 to complete her Master’s in Communications at Concordia University, Claire has become active in the creation of interactive multimedia installations. Her installations integrate sensing technologies in combination with sound synthesis. The ///Friction project featured musical bicycles and was presented by MUTEK at Place des Arts in 2011. In 2012 she was awarded a Canada Council for the Arts grant for the research and creation of Windcatcher: an orchestra of kinetic sculptures played by the wind. From 2013-2017 she presented two different version of a sonified aquarium with Acousticaquatica, where the fishes’ movements dictate sonic outcomes. Her current focus is centred around interdisciplinary collaborations and explorations in generating, shaping, programming and refining sounds using field recordings and electronic instruments to create truly immersive otherworldly sonic possibilities. 2019-2020 saw a collaboration with artist Isabella Salas, composing the soundscape for her installation Fundamental Frequencies.