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David Molina

Secos & Mojados

Performing Arts, 2009



David Molina is a composer, musician, sound designer and engineer who has worked in theatre, performance art, film, video, radio, dance and multimedia productions for 17 years. During that time, he has worked on numerous pieces with fellow Secos & Mojados artists Varea, Luna and Cartagena individually. Recent credits include his PBS & NIOT documentary Light In The Darkness; a 16-channel soundscape titled Utopia/Nightmare: The American DreamThe Magic Twins at El Teatro Campesino; Lost And Found, a live soundtrack to the films of Anna Geyer; Homage to Musee Mecanique with painter Susie Valdez; Coming To California, a video installation by Cause Collective, Oakland Museum of California; and a 2009 LA Ovation Award with Chris Webb for music/sound design to Lydia at Mark Taper Forum. Molina is also a member of the bands Ghosts and Strings and Transient.

Awards and Accomplishments

2011:

Secos & Mojados receives the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation Grant

2010:

Secos & Mojados receive the Creative Work Fund Grant 

2008:

Secos & Mojados are artists in residence during the Summer of 2008 at Counter PULSE, San Francisco, CA