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MURMURS: A Conference on Sound and Art in Manhattan
 
Untitled Document
MAY 22, 2004, 1 - 6pm
DAVIS AUDITORIUM, SCHAPIRO BUILDING, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
BROADWAY AND 116th STREET, MANHATTAN
Presented by SculptureCenter, Diapason Gallery, and Art in General
NEW YORK – SculptureCenter and Art in General, in conjunction with Diapason Gallery, New York’s only sound-art gallery, present a conference on Saturday, May 22 that asks artists, curators, and critics to consider sound as a material, as an experience, and as a subject within the context of multi-disciplinary contemporary art. Treble, an exhibition opening at SculptureCenter on May 16, and Rock’s Role: After Ryoanji at Art in General both present sound as an integral part of contemporary art practice. Taking these exhibitions as its starting point, the conference aims to provide a platform and an open forum for the music and art communities to share histories and languages, and to develop a discourse that places sound art in dialogue with broader concerns in contemporary artistic experimentation.
The first of three moderated roundtable discussions focuses on new technologies and their implications on the practices of artists and institutions, with regards to sound. The second panel consists of an artist roundtable, while the last discussion explores the ways sound informs a “post-media” art history.
Conference Schedule:
Introduction by SculptureCenter Program Director Anthony Huberman (1-1:15pm)
Panel 1: "Sound: New Technologies" (1:15-2:30pm)
This panel, moderated by sound artist James Fei, explores interactivity, spatialization, generative processes, web-based technologies, and the many implications they have in the practices of artists and institutions, as well as practical issues including engineering, manufacturing and production costs. Participants will discuss how new technologies form an important component of the evolving language of artists working with sound and how technological innovations in exhibition design allow sound works to interact, bleed into each other, and intersect in new ways. Panelists include: sound artists/programmers Luke Dubois and Paul Geluso, Director of EMPAC at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and ex-ZKM Music Director Johannes Goebel, and Harvestworks Director Carol Parkinson.
Panel 2: "Sound: An Artist Roundtable" (2:45-4pm)
This discussion, moderated by Wesleyan Professor and Rock’s Role curator Ron Kuivila, includes artists participating in exhibitions at Art in General and Diapason Gallery, and reveals the many methods that artists employ to create and disseminate their works. Various approaches to form and content, including field recordings, computer generated algorithmic works, or conceptual pieces will be examined. Issues of presentation and distribution will also be discussed. The roundtable includes Rock’s Role artist and Bard College professor Brenda Hutchinson, Diapason founder and Rock’s Role artist Michael J. Schumacher, and Diapason exhibiting artist Amnon Wolman.
Panel 3: "Sound: Leaking Between Disciplines" (4:15-5:30pm)
Moderated by Artforum contributing writer and Hampshire College philosophy professor Christoph Cox, this panel features curators and critics who propose solutions for sound to exist beyond media as they discuss how sound can "leak" across disciplines, practices, and histories. A point of discussion will include SculptureCenter's exhibition Treble, which presents sound as a conceptual choice and an aesthetic experience for artists rather than a medium-specific category that is independent from visual art. This roundtable includes Treble curator Regine Basha, Whitney Museum Associate Curator of Contemporary Art and 2004 Biennial co-curator Debra Singer, and Treble exhibiting artists Emmanuel Madan and Jude Tallichet.
A reception will follow the event (6-7pm)About SculptureCenter
SculptureCenter, an active contributor to New York's cultural community since 1928, is a non-profit organization that identifies the innovative approaches that define contemporary sculpture. SculptureCenter’s programs explore the conceptual, aesthetic, and material concerns of contemporary sculpture, and encourage independent vision through solo exhibitions of mid-career and established artists. These programs include exhibitions, artist residencies, public art projects, publications, lectures and other public events intended to further the historical documentation and critical dialogue around contemporary art and sculpture in particular. In 2001, SculptureCenter purchased a former trolley repair shop in Long Island City, Queens. This newly renovated facility, designed by artist and designer Maya Lin, includes 8,000 square feet of interior exhibition space, offices, and outdoor exhibition space.
A complete schedule of Treble performances, radio programs, and other special events is available at www.sculpture-center.org.
For more information, please contact Michele Snyder at 718 361 1750 or msnyder@sculpture-center.org.
Since April, 2001, Diapason gallery for sound and intermedia has presented a varied program featuring performances and installations by Tim Barnes, Junghee Choi, Daniel Conrad, Charles Curtis, Neil Feather, Dave Gearey, Tom Hamilton, John Hudak, Drew Krause, Ben Manley, Thomas C. Moore, Ian Nagoski, Katherine Liberovskaya and Phill Niblock, Pauline Oliveros, Matthew Rogalsky, Janek Schaefer, Ursula Scherrer, Bruce Tovsky, Stephen Vitiello, La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, and others. Founded by Michael J. Schumacher and Liz Gerring, it continues the tradition of Studio Five Beekman, offering audiences New York’s first venue devoted to sound art.
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