sound & vision

Collaborative Project from the Sullivan & Coffey Labs

 

Art & Design Students Unite:  Seven digital artists produced sound pieces ranging from abstracted streams to pointed narratives producing wonky, fun, eerie and at times poignant reflection on the world we inhabit. Twenty-eight visual artists listened and jotted down associative text/symbols/lines to document their audio experience.  Words may inform or phonetically represent what is heard; these can be the name of an object/place/state or (seemingly) nonsensical.  The visual artists were encouraged to be spontaneous - don't try to identify what is heard, just respond; write, scrawl, splotch.  The final visual collage works represent initial immediate reactions to the sound pieces.  

The exhibit is a must-see and hear experience; visit the Student Gallery 213 in the C-building, second floor.  The show opens Wednesday, 23 February 2022 @ 12:00. 

sound & vision

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