Seoul Counterpoint

Commissioned by the Seoul Institute of the Arts and CultureHub and presented in association with La MaMa

 

Seoul Counterpoint is Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky’s audiovisual meditation on the landscapes of New York and Seoul. Equally inspired by Nam Jun Paik and John Cage, Seoul Counterpoint featured traditional Korean instruments, strings, and telematic performance between New York and Seoul.


NEW YORK / LA MAMA
Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky - Creator, Composer, Performer
Billy Clark - Director
Jesse Ricke, S.O. O’Brien - Visuals
Grant Gregory, Garrett Gregory - Additional Visual Elements
Kevin Hourigan - Production Manager
Joe Levasseur - Lighting Design
Juan Merchan - Lighting Supervisor
Tim Schellenbaum - Sound Supervisor
Miriam Parker - Choreographer, Dancer
Adrianna Matea - Violin, Vocals
Vong Pak - Percussion
Rami Seo - Gayakeum

SEOUL / SEOULARTS
Woody Pak - Additional Music Composition
Jun Oh, Andrea Paciotto, Im Do Wan - Direction

SEOULARTS FACULTY
Woody Pak, Un Oh, Andrea Paciotto, Im Do Wan, Billy Clark