Elori Saxl Kramer is a musician, composer, and filmmaker. She makes music at the intersection of nature and technology that blends acoustic instruments, electronic instruments, and processed field recordings. Her work explores our relationship with technology and how it affects our relationship to land, our patterns of communication, and our capacity for empathy. While at PLAYA, she will be working on a piece of music for orchestra that combines orchestral instruments, electronic instruments, and field recordings. Elori has directed films for the New Yorker and Slate and created music for various New Music ensembles, the New Yorker, This American Life, Public Radio International, Gimlet, MOMA, Patagonia, Dove, Google, Poler, and more. Originally from Minneapolis, she now lives in Brooklyn, New York.