Rachel James (b. Toronto, Canada) is an artist and poet with a background in experimental ethnography. Her documentary sound work includes pieces for The Brooklyn Museum, KCRW's The Organist, The Magnum Foundation, and BBC Radio. She has presented her work in the United States, Canada, and Europe including at Miguel Abreu Gallery, The Poetry Project, Essex Flowers, The New Gallery, and Totaldobže. She lives and works in New York City.
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