Water Music: juried exhibition in sound

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Fig. 8 – “Compressed and rarefied air particles of sound waves”, in “Water-Waves and Sound-Waves” by Joseph Norman Lockyer, ‘Popular Science Monthly’ Volume 13, June 1878. Public domain.

Join us for an evening of new music and sound works inspired by water.

Water and sound have a great deal in common. Internally, they flow within us and leave evidence we are alive. Conceptually, we find them confronting a series of dualities- meditative to overwhelming, motionless to pulsating, delicate to violent, orderly to chaotic,gloomy to cheerful. Geographically – and particularly on our Delmarva Peninsula – they surround us. But perhaps their greatest commonality is that in nature they travel by the same form: a wave. The goal of Water Music is to present a raw experience of sound anchored in the concept of water. The results of this exhibition distill the essence of each and explore their many forms.

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Thank you to all who submitted work for Water Music. Congratulations to the following artists on their acceptance into this exhibition:

 

Kang Choi

Won S. Choi

Earle Kirkley

Jordan Miller

Sam Sapp

Juan Soto-Bown

Elena Taylor

Ben Wilshusen

 

When: Thursday, April 24, 2014

7:00 pm with an encore performance at 8:00 pm

 

Where: Salisbury University Art Galleries Downtown Campus

118 & 120 N. Division St., Salisbury, MD 21801

 

Admission: Free, donations accepted. Tickets available online on EventBrite for reserved seating.

Produced by Salisbury University Art Galleries in collaboration with LORD C presents.