sound art Tag

David Beattie and Mattress Factory
New Work Project Grant

DAVID BEATTIE: OLD LIGHT, NEW DARKNESS Presented by The Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA May 8, 2010 - August 8, 2010 David Beattie assembles sound-based installations from repurposed machines, their parts, and other found objects. By transforming ordinary apparatuses, he creates reimagined objects and scenarios that emphasize motion, simple mechanics, and our accumulative...

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Jennet Thomas and Matt’s Gallery
New Work Project Grant

Jennet Thomas: All Suffering SOON TO END! Presented by Matt's Gallery, London, U.K. April 14 - June 6, 2010 Comprised of narrative film, sculpture, sound, and performance, Thomas reconstructed the gallery into two interconnecting chambers. The first is the Dark Chamber in which a 30 minute film plays continuously. Escalating into...

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Richie Budd and Artpace San Antonio
New Work Project Grant

Absorbing Liminal Homeostasis November 06, 2008 - January 11, 2009 Artpace San Antonio Richie Budd's installation for Artpace, Absorbing Liminal Homeostasis, is a new chapter in the artist's investigation of heightened sensory experience. It incorporates Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a communication model applied in psychotherapy that studies the structure of subjective experience....

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Tony Martin and free103point9
New Work Project Grant

Wave Farm Light Pendulum, 2009 at free103point9 A founder of art works using light, Tony Martin has, since the 1960's, created seminal new media works. As early as 1968, Howard Wise called his work "cybernetic" for the way he applied information processes. In his works "Well" and "Interaction Room,"...

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Phil Collins and Carnegie Museum of Art
New Work Project Grant

Phil Collins presented, The World Won't Listen, from March 31, 2007 - July 2, 2007 at the Carnegie Museum of Art. Filmed on location in Bogota, Colombia, in 2004, and in Istanbul, Turkey, in 2005, this piece offers a series of tragicomic portraits of fans performing karaoke versions of tracks from the 1980s band...

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Trisha Donnelly and Institute of Contemporary Art
New Work Project Grant

For her 2008 solo exhibition at Philadelphia's Institute of Contemporary Art, Trisha Donnelly included twenty-four artworks made between 1998 and 2007. The works on display, which included sculpture, drawing, photographs, text, sound, video, and painting, were closely hung on a horizontal line. Over the course of the exhibition period, the artist reconfigured the works in...

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