WAVE PHENOMENA: contemporary strategies of sonic agency
Opening reception and performance by Damon Locks: Tuesday, September 19, 2023, 6–8pm
The International Studio & Curatorial Program is pleased to present WAVE PHENOMENA: contemporary strategies of sonic agency, a group exhibition curated by ISCP’s 2023-24 institution-in-residence, Atomic Culture. This exhibition recognizes the potential of sound as a catalyst for personal, political, and environmental considerations. The exhibition engages with artists working within or around sound, investigates their practices, and creates a discourse around sonic agency. WAVE PHENOMENA will explore the listening experience and the opportunities it creates for sympathetic resonance and sonic imagination.
The exhibition will serve as a resource for guests to learn from and have the opportunity to sit with or engage with resource materials, media, and related works of art. It will include scores, video, live performances, and recorded sound. Elements will be added to the installation throughout the duration of the presentation, offering a changing environment for visitors.
Exhibition participants include Raven Chacon (Diné) and Candice Hopkins (Carcross/Tagish First Nation), Haydeé Jiménez, Suzanne Kite (Oglála Lakȟóta), Damon Locks, Los Jaichackers (Julio César Morales & Eamon Ore-Girón), Warren Realrider(Pawnee/Crow), Tahnee Udero, Hajra Waheed, and Nathan Young (Delaware/Kiowa/Pawnee).
Venue: International Studio & Curatorial Program
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
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