About Tei S BlowSound designer | Tei Blow | USA | New York
Tei Blow is a performer and media designer born in Japan, raised in the United States, and based in Brooklyn, New York. Tei’s work incorporates photography, video, and sound from live instrumentation and found media artifacts. He has performed and designed for The Laboratory of Dmitry Krymov, Mikhail Baryshnikov. Big Dance Theater, and David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group. He also performs as Frustrator on Enemies List Recordings and is one half of Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble. Tei’s work has been featured at Hartford Stage, Dance Theater Workshop, Lincoln Center Festival, The Kitchen, BAM, The Public Theater, The Broad Stage, MCA Chicago, MFA Boston, Kate Werble Gallery, Baryshnikov Arts Center, The Wadsworth Atheneum, and at theaters around the world. He is the recipient of a 2015 New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award for Outstanding Sound Design for “I Understand Everything Better,” by dancer and choreographer David Neumann. Tei’s most recent production with Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble, “The Art of Luv Part I: Elliot,” premiered in The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival in January, 2016. Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble is the recipient of a 2016 Creative Capital award and 2013 Franklin Furnace Award. Blow is a recipient of a 2016 NYSCA Individual Artist Grant for the composition of “I used to love you”, a new sound score for Martha Graham Dance Company made in collaboration with Kid Millions and Zach Lehrhoff.
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