High Zero Sound Installations & Current Canyon Festival – October 6 & 7

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High Zero 2007
Sound Installation: The Gallery as an Instrument
September 20 – October 2
Curated by Chiara Giovando

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Opening Reception: September 20 Thursday 6pm; wine and food w/ hijinx street music

8pm performances by: Susan Alcorn, Texas slide guitar drone and quiver Under WaterSoundscapes in Wool, Barbara Schauwecker’s cloth creations of the deep sea; humans as coral and water pouring from the mouths

Also, Please bring your friends and visit the gallery to play the sound sculptures. All installation in the gallery are interactive
and there will be recording equipment to capture the magic!

This year the High Zero Festival features five major new works of sound-based art installation at Current Space. This year’s exhibition focuses on the visual as well as sonic possibilities of sound art. The artists we have invited to participate all have strong relationships to the material. The gallery will be filled with several interactive sound sculptures amplified throughout the space. In this way, the gallery itself becomes an instrument for visitors to play, the sounds being malleable and capable of innumerable combinations. The whole space will be a living piece of music open to the public to explore and experiment in the spirit of High Zero.

Installations by:

Laure Drogoul / Neil Feather / Dylan Hay / Asa Osborne / Barbara Schauwecker
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Current Canyon Festival – Saturday and Sunday 2-9pm, October 6 & 7

A two-day D.I.Y. art and music festival located in the middle of downtown Baltimore – 16 bands, an artist craft bazaar, performance art, and and video.

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