Reena Katz

Reena Katz uses recorded sound, handmade electronics, wood and live performance in the interest of expansive social listening. Her work explores identity, migration and anachronism with a constant reference to collectivity and oral archive. Katz's use and re-use of analog sound technologies, as well as fibers and materials from a variety of wounded landscapes probe the space between memory and action, machine and touch. Katz's compositions, installations and performances have been exhibited at galleries, festivals and on radio internationally, including Toronto, Montreal, New York and Berlin. She is currently working on an MFA in the Art, Media and Technology Program at Parsons New School of Design in New York. 

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