Debora Warner is an artist who has been working in New York City for eight years. Having been trained in classical piano and then visual art, she has, over the past four years, become increasingly focused on sound as a medium in her work. The audio piece, "Train Party," was presented at I-20 Gallery in April, 1999.

Steve Hamilton has been working in New York city for ten years as an editor and sound designer for Independent Film Directors Hal Hartley, Ang Lee, Michael Alemeryda and Rea Tajiri. In 1995 he provided the sound for Matthew Barney's first Cremester film and since then has worked with a number of artists, including Burt Barr, and on the stage with Choreographers Trisha Brown and Cathy Weis, and theater director Travis Preston.
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DEBORA WARNER

STEVE HAMILTON