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RESONANT STRUCTURES

 

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Exhibition: January 26 – February 13, 2016

Events: Thursday, February 4
Artists Talk: 6pm
Reception: 7pm
EarFest Concert: 8pm

The exhibition and all events are free and open to the public.

Presented by the Stony Brook Computer Music Studios in collaboration with the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, EarFest 2016: RESONANT STRUCTURES presents works by over 20 professional artists that involve elements of sound in sculptural objects.

Enjoy sounds, installations and interactive pieces in the exhibition and special performances with an immersive sound system at the evening concert. Join us on Thursday, February 4 for an Artist Talk at 6pm, Reception at 7pm, and Concert at 8pm.

RESONANT STRUCTURES looks at how we play and interpret our sonic environment in unique and novel ways. The exhibition looks beyond sound as a medium and into sound creation and distribution as a significant cultural exchange. The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalog.

Above: Audra Wolowiec, Concrete Sound, cast concrete with pigment, 2015

To listen to Andrea Williams' Resonant Structures Soundwalk, click here.

Click here to see the full pdf of the RESONANT STRUCTURES exhibition catalog.

Curated by Melissa F. Clarke and Dr. Margaret Schedel
Artists Include:

nikki Nikki Renee Anderson

 

resonant Maria Chavez

 

john John Driscoll

 

Richard Garet Richard Garet

 

Genevieve Hoffman Genevieve Hoffman

 

Miriam Simun + Nanu Al-Hmad Miriam Simun + Nanu Al-Hmad

 

Debra Swack Debra Swack

 

Byron Westbrook Byron Westbrook

 

Andrea Williams Andrea Williams

 

Audra Wolowiec Audra Wolowiec

 

Zimoun Zimoun

 

Tristan Perich Tristan Perich

 

last Jacqueline Gordon


Following its premiere at the Zuccaire Gallery, the exhibition will travel to Inter Space in collaboration with Babycastles Gallery, NYC.

EarFest 2016: RESONANT STRUCTURES and the 2015-2016 Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery schedule is made possible by a generous grant from the Paul W. Zuccaire Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the County of Suffolk and the Friends of Staller Center.