SOUND is a traveling sound art exhibition—curated by Gustavo Matamoros and David Dunn—originally organized by iSAW in celebration of Subtropics 20 at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach. SOUND is one of the most comprehensive exhibitions to focus upon the rich and varied body of creative and historical sound work created in past and recent decades. Unlike most traveling exhibitions, SOUND is not a static show with fixed content. It involves a flexible format that is site-specific in response to individual programming needs and available architecture. SOUND draws upon a unique and large collection of much of the most significant works from the sound art tradition to custom design each individual presentation for specific exhibition venues.
RESONANCE STUDY of The BASS MUSEUM
by Gustavo Matamoros
SELECTED SOUND INSTALLATIONS from SOUND
by Tom Hamilton, Phill Niblock, Davey Williams,
Richard Kostelanetz, Armando Rodriguez,
Russell Frehling and Lou Mallozzi
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