The Rotunda Gallery
Subject to Sound
Subject to Sound features artists who integrate sound with visual media.
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Like most urban settings, the Rotunda Gallery is surrounded by a cacophony of sound--from the wail of the warning alarm at the parking garage across the street, the chatter of students on their way to and from school, the engines of cars and trucks passing through on one of Brooklyn Heights’ major thoroughfares. An urban orchestra surrounds the gallery, a space which generally strives to create an atmosphere where quiet contemplation of artwork can occur. Subject to Sound will explore the expressive and formal dimensions of sound through the work of contemporary artists who use sound as a medium.
You are invited to experience The Sound of Lamination and a Lamination Ritual on Thursday, March 30 6-8 PM.
The Lamination Ritual, performed by the Minister of Lamination Egnekn Montgomery and Andrea Beeman, will inaugurate the show exhibition. The Lamination Ritual celebrates the transformation of the mundane into the extraordinary. Bring something special with you and transform it into something that will last almost forever!
On Thursday, May 4, 2000 at 8 PM, the Rotunda Gallery will present Sound Bites, an evening of short performances by Ken Butler, Gene Pool, Tim Spelios, Kathleen Supové and David Weinstein.
A,C trains to High Street
2,3,4,5,M,N and R trains to Borough Hall