Saturday, January 28, 2012

Sonic Architectonic opening event

Made the trip to UTD in punishing Friday evening traffic along the George Bush Turnpike for the Sonic Architectonic opening.  It was well worth the trip.  I was able to catch-up with many as we now move well into 2012.  It was nice to see and visit with Stephen Lapthisophon.  Brad Tucker, what can I say, it was so nice to catch-up with him and see his latest installation.  Brad's work has been a long time favorite of mine. 

Leslie Wilkes "Untitled" and Robert Ortega "Frequency Patterns". 

Derrick  Buisch "Parts" 

One of the sources for Stephen Lapthisophon's sound installations. "Songs for a New Century ["Philosophers have hitherto only interpreted the world in various ways; the point is to change it. "Karl Marx, 1845, Theses On Feuerbach], 2012. (CJ Davis, voice)

 Brad Tucker "Bagdad Bass Club" detail

John Pomara "96 Tears"

Paul Slocum, Magic Carpet for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch, 2011
I was able to take home this new work by Paul that I am happy to have.  You can too, Search for "carpet lite" in the App Store - it is Free.

Sonic Architectonic was organized and curated by artist and UT Dallas Visual Arts faculty member, Lorraine Tady.

UTD Dallas
Visual Arts Gallery
800 W. Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080
phone - 972-883-2982
January 27 - February 18, 2012 (exhibition is too short)

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