Having barely reached majority age, Alice Daquet is the first artiste to have signed with the prestige Tigersushi label and has become Sir Alice. Electronic music sung in French, "a maelstrom of indus rock, drum’n’bass, contemporary music, ethereal folk music, laptop abstractions and electroclash battle in a wrestling match" (Les Inrockuptibles). Particularly well received by the press, for her music and shows "a personality who commands respect" (Le Monde), she is all over the pages of Nylon, New York or Blow Up in Italy. This young artist, doing a Music Technology thesis at McGill University in Canada, decides to return to France where she continues her research at IRCAM as a guest researcher. Drawn into the Riot Grrrl movement, she is invited on the Girls Monsters compilation by Chicks on Speed and shares the stage with artists like Peaches or like Scanner or Fennesz. Sir Alice is renowned for her ecstatic performances and appears increasingly often in locations dedicated to contemporary art. In France, she appears at the Fondation Cartier, at Nuit Blanche 2006 de Paris, where she performs for 10 hours nonstop. Her work ranges from installation to photography and video, considering issues of identity between the innate and the acquired, and signing off her stage work with her own body. Starting from her second film she is produced by Anna Sanders Films and in 2008, presents her first personal exhibition at the Consortium, the Contemporary Art Museum in the city of Dijon.
In 2009, she appears on the stage at the Centre Pompidou for the very first time. Her work is on show at the Contemporary Art Museum in Valences, in festivals dedicated to the performing arts in Linz, or Porto, or in the Kujoyama Villa in Japan. In 2011 Agnes B. invites her to a music/plastic arts exhibition.
More recently, Sir Alice the UFO of the French musical scene, broke off the tour for her recent album, produced in a studio with several musicians, to isolate herself and returned to her first loves: electronic music and performance. Between the magical world of Bjork and the witchcraft of Fever Ray, the northernmost of our electronic artists bring us to life, amid immaculate stretches of snow, the concrete monstrosities of Seine Saint Denis where she grew up, dense, rhythmic and poetic at the same time.