Ten artists' work with sound under three themes
In the sense of the musical directive, piano softly, quietly opens up spaces around the keyboard. In an unusual twist, all works exhibited in piano are mute.
A well-known theorist once suggested that all archives are open to the future and thus can never be complete. Critical historiography notwithstanding, archive presents works which constitute evidence of the processes of archival use and re-use.
Exploring the dichotomy of voices embodied and disembodied, live and recorded, at work and at play.
Curated by Gavin Peacock, Monica Ross and Julian Weaver.
Thanks to the artists, eta and APEC
Supported by eta