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Progeny Exhibition and Events Program

  • 17:35 - 9 August, 2016
Progeny Exhibition and Events Program
Progeny Exhibition and Events Program, Progeny Sound Installation
Progeny Sound Installation

Progeny is an International Collaborative Project, featuring the work of Luke Aaron Clark (UK) and Bryce Hammond (USA). The exhibition focuses on an immersive architectural sound installation modeled after a Langstroth Beehive. There are ten partitions covered in acoustic paneling, with 48 microphones, 9 intelligent microphones and 36 speakers that transmit every single sound originated in the space.

Accompanying the exhibition is a program of events including a bee society forum, a curatorial panel discussion on sound, architecture and interdisciplinary collaboration and a performance of John Cage’s Four4 (1991) within the Progeny Installation.

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