30 07 2013
#3383

The String and the Mirror, organized by Lawrence Kumpf and Justin Luke, Lisa Cooley | Opens August 1st


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The String and the Mirror 
Organized by Lawrence Kumpf and Justin Luke 

August 1 - August 28
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 1, 6-9pm

Seth Cluett
Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson
Dave Dyment
Lawrence Abu Hamdan
James Hoff
Rolf Julius
Alan Licht
Mattin
Christof Migone
Essex Olivares
Matthew Papich
Ultra Red
Marina Rosenfeld
Matthieu Saladin
Akio Suzuki
Stefan Tcherepnin
Hong-Kai Wang
C. Spencer Yeh 
 
The String and the Mirror attempts to replicate a traditional approach to the presentation of sound based works, including a range of strategies such as multi-channel systems, spatialized sound and data sonifications. Rather than focusing on artists working with sound as an expanded practice, The String and the Mirror will explore sound as ideology and ontology. Sound will not be used to trace the lines that connect disparate activities and mediums. The work presented will explore the physicality and materiality of the aural, understood as a transgressive alternative to current visual arts practices. Since sound is penetrating and uncontainable, works placed in close proximity will inevitably spill and leak into one another creating a disorienting experience for the attendee, leading them to question where one work begins and the other ends. Emerging artists are not of interest for this show, will we not attempt to contextualize work of an older generation in light of a contemporary practice. There will be no performances aimed at elucidating some of the underlying concepts of the exhibition and the problematized contemporary discourse surrounding sound art. It will be fairly straightforward.
 
 
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