Comprising physical modeling synthesis, musical instruments, custom technologies, and various physical materials (copper, galvanized steel, aluminum, cork, acrylic, plastic tubing, cement), this installation induces the sounds of “impossible objects” onto a set of sound sculptures to focus perceptions of new material characteristics of Coppice music.
Vinculum re: Screens for Mutual Attractions to Related Objects (Some Impossible) was conceived and developed in response to Jean-Luc Mylayne’s exhibition Mutual Regard, presented at The Arts Club Chicago, and C16, Small Chapel for One Person or at Most a Couple (April 1987), a public project presented by the Art Institute of Chicago.
- October 3, 2015 through January 3, 2016 – 6018 North; Chicago, IL – installation of re: Coil’s “Where Are You?” for 6018 North affiliate partnership with Chicago Architecture Biennial
- August 22, 2015, 1 PM – Mutual Regard at Millennium Park’s Lurie Garden; Chicago, IL – Performance series at C16, Small Chapel for One Person or at Most a Couple (April 1987), a public project presented by the Art Institute of Chicago
- July 25, 2015, 1 PM – The Arts Club Chicago; Chicago, IL – In Concert Series