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Devin Greenwood is an American audio/visual artist and composer of contemporary classical music based in New York City.

His music centers around a compositional practice called antenatia name which means “the ancestors” in Italian and refers to the emergence of musical structures from a canon of tension-resolution patterns performed by the composer.

His visual work often focuses on obsolete tech such as oscilloscopes, video synthesizers and 1980s game consoles, and together with his music, challenges audiences’ bodily engagement with their perceptions of sound and light.

He is the co-founder of the DUMBO recording studio The Honey Jar and has worked with artists such as Sufjan Stevens, Steve Reich, Priit Parn and Pauline Oliveros creating audio recordings, works on film, public installations and performances worldwide.
In 2019, Devin was profiled on the cover of Tape Op Magazine (issue #133) for his mixing and production work on David Lang's Symphony for Broken Instruments and his work has most recently been presented at BlackHole (Los Angeles) and Video Art Festival Turku (Turku, Finland).
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