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What Sound Does a Color Make?
What Sound Does a Color Make? explores time-based work by artists who manipulate sound with image and image with sound through videos and immersive sensory environments. This exhibition provokes a renewed awareness of human cognition and perception through a selection of compelling works by an international group of artists, while connecting recent developments in digital audio-visual art to its predigital 1970s roots.
Explore human cognition and perception in the works of Scott Arford, Jim Campbell, D-Fuse, Granular-Synthesis, Gary Hill, Thom Kubli, Nam June Paik and Jud Yalkut, Scanner, Fred Szymanski, Atau Tanaka, Steina and Woody Vasulka, and Stephen Vitiello.
Forde, Kathleen, What Sound Does a Color Make?, Independent Curators International (ICI), New York, 2005. 54 pages. ISBN: 9780916365714. $17.95
Essay by Kathleen Forde; interviews with Steina Vasulka and Naut Humon.