Posted on June 14, 2021
“London sought to create a show that is international in scope—Aura Satz is based in the U.K., Marina Rosenfeld lives in New York, and Samson Young is in Hong Kong—and permits visitors to encounter the artworks together, without the isolating experience of putting on headphones. The works in Seeing Sound consider the questions of who and what we listen to. Foregrounding the hum of daily life, the show counters art history’s tendency to prioritize the visual over the less-defined spaces between installation, performance and visual art”.
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Image credit: Samson Young, Still from ‘Muted Situations #2: Muted Lion Dance,’ 2014; © Samson Young. (Courtesy the artist; photo by Dennis Man Wing Leung)