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Fabienne Audéoud (b. 1968, Besancon, France. Lives in Paris) Fabienne Audéoud is an artist and musician who frequently collaborates with artist John Russell. She is known for her music and performance art, often blurring the boundaries between these. Performances such as "20 women play the drums topless" and activities such as de-learning to play the piano, singing a note for 40 minutes or attempting to produce a “Hit” question common perceptions about the performance and consumption of music in capitalist society. She performs in a variety of contexts, from the opera house to clubs, galleries or museums and has presented vocal performances and videos in many exhibitions, including shows at Tate Modern, the Moderna Museet in Stockholm and the South London Gallery.