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dogr (David Michael DiGregorio) is a musician currently based in New York.  He has a background in 16-mm filmmaking, informed by US structuralists from the 1970’s. This, combined with influences from baroque, choral gospel, pop, Korean and American folk, and electro-acoustic music, inspire him to create tectonic space through layering voice and performing melismatic storytelling.

His songs tell stories of people and their great loves sprawling out over bridges, cityscapes, and farmlands; men turning to monsters; rooms that speak people’s thoughts; beast-vision; aged cities; and haunted voices of our animal progenitors.

dogr has collaborated often with visual artists such as Sung Hwan Kim and Jewyo Rhii.

dogr has released many handmade, home-produced, limited-edition records, alongside 16mm films.  Additionally, IN KOREAN WILDS AND VILLAGES, 2009, produced by Andi Toma of Mouse on Mars, can be heard on Sonig Records, Köln.  ONE FROM IN THE ROOM: DOG I KNEW, created with Sung Hwan Kim, was broadcast by Bayerischer Rundfunk and published by Intermedium Records, both in Bavaria, in 2010.  It won the Karl Sczuka Förderpreis in 2010 sponsored by Südwestrundfunk, and was presented at the Donaueshinger Musiktage in the same year.

Recent performances include Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland, 2011; the New Museum, New York, 2009 & 2010; Vox Populi, Philadelphia, 2009; Gallery TPW/Images Festival, Toronto, 2009; Établissement d’en face projects, Brussel, 2009; Insa Art Space, Seoul, 2007; Gallery 27, Uiwang, Korea, 2007; De Appel, Amsterdam, 2007; STEIM, Amsterdam, 2006; BAK, Utrecht, 2006.

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