Village Vinyl & HI-FI
Tuesday, January 14, 2020

photo of Rachel Devorah by Danielle Judith Zola Carr


Village Vinyl & HI-FI
307 Harvard Street, Brookline
7pm / $5 suggested donation

RACHEL DEVORAH is a sonic artist and technologist whose works engage the poetics and politics of their specific context.

Her work has been heard in the U.S. at Art in Odd Places, The William Benton Museum of Art, the California Electronic Music Exchange, the Computer Music Center at Columbia University, Detroit Contemporary, the Granoff Center at Brown University, the International Horn Symposium, the International Society for Improvised Music Festival/Conference, the International SuperCollider Symposium, Music for People and Thingamajigs, the National Opera Center, New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Omaha Under the Radar, Pioneer Works, The Stone, the Virginia Film Festival, and the Watermill Center, as well as abroad in Canada, China, Cuba, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Italy, the Netherlands, and Norway.

She is an Assistant Professor of Electronic Production and Design at the Berklee College of Music and an Artist Fellow at MIT’s OpenDocLab.

SEIYOUNG JANG is a composer, improviser, and maker currently based in Cambridge, MA. She aims to celebrate manifestations of organic forms in resistance of thoughtless sterility, with a focus on intersubjectivity and embodiment. She has studied with Laetitia Sonami, James Fei, Ted Coffey, Maggi Payne, Chris Brown, and Pauline Oliveros, among others. She obtained her MFA in Electronic Music and Recording Media from Mills College, Oakland, CA, and a BA in Psychology and Music from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Seiyoung is pursuing a PhD in Creative Practice & Critical Inquiry at Harvard University, studying with Vijay Iyer.