( (( PHONATION )) ) is a multimedia performance by Bora Yoon with live video manipulations by R. Luke DuBois, exploring where sound connects to the subliminal using found sounds, new and antiquated instruments, electronic devices, and voice.
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( (( PHONATION )) ) is a multimedia performance by Bora Yoon with live video manipulations by R. Luke DuBois, exploring where sound connects to the subliminal using found sounds, new and antiquated instruments, electronic devices, and voice. Using a sound designer’s approach to performance composition that is steered by a penchant for a song, ( (( PHONATION )) ) engages with music as music, and not as part of a genre, taking the means to one end, and using it for another to form new utterances of sound and the beginnings of a new sonic language, within its spatial and architectural context. In every case, a particular sonic geography is evoked that might be inspired by a simple, found-sound in the world, or an expression of a sonic paradox bouncing around only in the mind.
About Uptown Nights: Convent to Wythe
Aligned by a mission to foster artistic experimentation and champion voices that are reshaping the landscape of new music for this century, Harlem Stage and National Sawdust band together in a cross-borough collaboration Uptown Nights: Convent to Wythe to present violinist, vocalist, poet, and interdisciplinary performance artist yuniya edi kwon, performance collective SUN HAN GUILD, and composer, vocalist, and sound artist Bora Yoon. On February 16, 2024, Harlem Stage presents silver through the grass like nothing, an in-process solo by yuniya edi kwon, and even in the shadow of a retching fog, a new work by SUN HAN GUILD. On March 9, 2024, National Sawdust presents (( ( PHONATION ) )), a work of sound and visuals by Bora Yoon and R. Luke DuBois.
About Bora Yoon
Bora Yoon is a Korean-American, electroacoustic composer, vocalist and sound artist who conjures audiovisual soundscapes using digital devices, voice, found objects and instruments from a variety of cultures and historical centuries. Classically trained and steeped in a first love of choral music, Yoon is fascinated by the intersection of space and sound, maps, human Venn diagrams, handsome sounding kitchenware, sonorities and the strings that hold everything together. Featured on the front-page of the Wall Street Journal and by the National Endowment for the Arts podcast, Yoon’s music has been presented at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Singapore Arts Festival, and performing arts centers worldwide. www.borayoon.com
About R. Luke DuBois
R. Luke DuBois is a composer, artist, and performer who explores the temporal, verbal, and visual structures of cultural and personal ephemera. A longtime resident of New York City, he has taught worldwide on interactive sound and video performance. His collaborators include Toni Dove, Todd Reynolds, Chris Mann, Bang on a Can, and is the former director of the Princeton Laptop Orchestra. DuBois works has appeared at the Insitut Valencià d’Art Modern, Spain; Haus der elektronischen Künste, Switzerland; 2008 Democratic National Convention; Daelim Contemporary Art Museum, Seoul; 2007 Sundance Film Festival; the Sydney Film Festival; the Smithsonian American Art Museum. DuBois is the co-author of Jitter, a software suite for the real-time manipulation of matrix data developed by Cycling'74. He appears on nearly twenty-five albums, and his work has appeared in the New York Times, National Geographic, Esquire Magazine and TED. lukedubois.com