"My G-d’s house has many rooms"
John 14:2 with gratitude to the ministry of Suzanna Schell, BHFM
Computer musicians Carl Testa (of New Haven Friends Meeting) and Rachel Devorah Rome (of Beacon Hill Friends Meeting) extemporaneously shape a sonic structure to hold listeners, though dispersed in place, together in the light using the open source programming language SuperCollider.
Carl Testa is a multi-instrumentalist and composer at the intersection of improvised music, jazz, electronics, experimental music, and new media. As a performer/improviser, he is equally comfortable on string bass, electronics, lighting, and combinations thereof. More information at http://carltesta.net/
Rachel Devorah Rome is a sonic artist and feminist technologist. Her work seeks to reveal and reframe habits of autoecholocation (situating one’s self with/in sound/space). She is an Assistant Professor of Electronic Production and Design at the Berklee College of Music. More information at http://racheldevorah.studio/