WAVEFORM features four time-based installations that explore human perception of light and sound.
WAVEFORM features four time-based installations that explore human perception of light and sound. Curated by CultureHub LA, WAVEFORM is the first installment in a series of group exhibitions presenting Los Angeles artists exploring innovative storytelling through emerging technology. Works investigate the interaction and translation between sound frequencies and light wavelengths, and propose new forms of agency in non-physical environments and in relation to intangible elements.
Laura Sofía Pérez and Chris Ryan Williams present I Ain’t Got No Spare, a performative and interactive installation exploring themes of the Black experience and the ephemerality of Black agency, using Los Angeles as a case study.
Josephine Wang presents Spectrum, a multimedia installation converging sound and light in a performative environment, live-animating visible light spectrum with a wall of 800 LEDs through an algorithmic translation of audible sound frequencies.
Lisa Müller-Trede presents collider getting sick, a short virtual situation investigating impact as motoric guidance, as the body oozes in between.
Laura Sofía Pérez presents Grew Out the Concrete, a video installation that captures the afternoon lights and shadows cast on the sidewalks of City Terrace, Los Angeles through a slow-motion journey.
On opening night (September 14th @ 5 pm & 7:30 pm), the pieces will be activated through live performance. WAVEFORM is open to the public free of charge between September 14th – September 19th. Please visit the SHATTO Gallery website (www.shattogallery.com) for gallery visiting hours
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