Landscape / Soundscape
January 14 – March 26, 2017
At the core of the exhibition Landscape / Soundscape, landscape photographs from Penn’s University Art Collection are paired with commissioned soundscape compositions. The resulting installations explore the photograph’s capacity to visually convey a sense of sound – musical, natural elements, urban rhythms, or otherwise. The installations also offer opportunity for sound art to complement and alter one’s perception of a photographic landscape. Within the context of the exhibition, landscape is used in its broadest sense, from sweeping natural landscapes to cityscapes to abstractions. Likewise, the corresponding soundscapes are commissioned from a broad spectrum of sound artists and musicians, from those working with field recordings and electronics to noted instrumental performers.
Landscape / Soundscape is curated by Heather Gibson Moqtaderi, Associate Curator & Collections Manager for the University Art Collection, with Collaborative Curator of Sound Eugene Lew.
This is the sixth in the series of collaborative exhibitions between Penn’s Office of the Curator and the Arthur Ross Gallery.
EXHIBITING PHOTOGRAPHERS AND SOUND ARTISTS
Clarence John Laughlin
Jerry N. Uelsmann
Michael Roy Barker
La Cosa Preziosa
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe
Christopher Sean Powell
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
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In tandem with Landscape / Soundscape, a juried selection of student projects will be presented on the Gallery’s digital interactive kiosk. Follow this link for submission instructions and guidelines: