Kevin CK Lo is a composer, choreographer, writer and artist living in Oakland, previously from the antipodes. In his compositions for live performance and installation, he utilizes instruments, digital sound processing and generative programming environments to examine spatial and auditory sensitivities, topological structure and audience kinesthetic response while seeking to corrupt conventional compositional/performative/installative rationale. He is currently a PhD. candidate in Music (composition) at UC Berkeley with a designated emphasis in New Media. 

Engin Dağlık is a composer, artist and performer who essentially explores the potential of space by combining different fields of art in his works. He is mostly interested in producing works that aim to recreate and re-shape the perception of space in order to make viewers and listeners reimagine the site transformed by the work. He enjoys designing and producing works for concert, gallery and public spaces by implying different immersive audio techniques, using concrete materials to create explicit structures. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Music from the Istanbul Bilgi University in 2017, Engin has participated several festivals, workshops and exhibitions around Europe and Turkey. After completing Master of Arts in Music at Bilkent University, he is currently pursuing his DMA at Stanford University. Besides composing and producing, he regularly performs in various projects and free improvisation sessions as a drummer.

Didem Coşkunseven is a composer, sound artist and electronic musician based in Berkeley, CA. Coşkunseven’s works vary between acoustic compositions for ensembles, electronic music, installations for gallery spaces and productions for stage focusing on creating multi-sensorial experience. She performs as an electronic musician, collaborating with dancers, choreographers and video designers. Coşkunseven studied visual arts, philosophy and music composition in Istanbul. Since graduating from Center for Advanced Studies in Music, ITU, she participated in several contemporary music festivals and workshops in Europe, Turkey and the United States. She is currently continuing her Ph.D studies at the department of music at UC Berkeley.

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Saturday, May 16, 2020, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
1750 Arch St.
Berkeley, CA
This Event is Free and Open to the Public