Posted on July 2, 2015
With Hidden Noise, installation view, University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, 2015. Photo: Marysia Lopez.
Marysia Lopez recently reviewed the exhibition of With Hidden Noise at the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum in Tampa, FL for Creative Loafing. The article gives evocative descriptions of specific artworks in the show, as well encouraging audiences not to be deterred by the unfamiliarity of the media. About With Hidden Noise, USF CAM Exhibitions Manager Shannon Annis says:
“You don’t need a background in music or sound to enjoy it,” Annis says. “It’s an experiential process. Something we really want to encourage is the ability for people to take more time and allow their attention to unfold over time. We’d like to encourage them to do that for all of our shows.”
To read the full article, visit the Creative Loafing website, here.