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Brandon Covington Sam-Sumana

Brandon Covington Sam-Sumana was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina during the mid-1990s. They work to interrogate matters related to currency, transience, narratology, and system metabolism. Their interrogations have spawned sound projects, objects of generative design, forays into speculative finance, video, text, and visual art. Covington has presented works of music composition, performance, and installation at institutions such as The ICA London, The New Museum, Tate Modern, and The Atlanta Contemporary. In 2019 they sold the first copies of their book of short essays i was born in ww3: the exorcism of Kaye - fifteen laws of virtuality, violence, and asymmetry told in fifteen awful phrases.