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April 20: Scott Sherk will discuss his sound and video work in conjunction with his installation SonanceZOELLNER located throughout the building. 6 pm. Butz Lobby, Zoellner Arts Center.  Reception to follow.

About Sherk’s SonanceZOELLNER project:

Humming computers. A droning HVAC system. The murmur of voices in a crowded lobby. These often unnoticed sounds create a sonic landscape that provides raw material for sound sculptor Scott Sherk. By chopping, compressing, and recombining recordings of these ambient sounds, Sherk constructs sonic forms that heighten the listener’s experience of space. His installation SonanceZOELLNER, incorporates light, speakers, interactive monitors, and the natural resonance of the building to transform the Zoellner Arts Center into a sculptural sound environment. Presented in conjunction with the departments of Theater (Theater/Design 30), Art/Architecture/Design (Sculpture I, Product Design II), and Zoellner Arts Center.

More about Scott Sherk:

Scott Sherk is a sculptor who often works with sound. He has exhibited widely including exhibitions at the Katonah Museum of Art, the Allentown Art Museum, the Kim Foster Gallery NYC, and the Leslie Cecil Gallery NYC. His solo exhibitions have been favorably reviewed by the New York Times and ArtForum. His sound work has been released on CD by 3Leaves, and/OAR, and net releases by Stasisfield and Wandering Ear. Scott Sherk is a Professor/Artist in Residence at Muhlenberg College where he has been a recipient of the Class of ’32 Research Chair and twice the Hoffman Research Fellowship.

Visit the artist’s website, click here.

A semester of SOUND:

Sound is the connective tissue that links several exhibitions and events this semester.  Installations and performances throughout the Zoellner Arts Center combine to celebrate the experimental nature of sound art in honor of Zoellner’s 20th Anniversary.

Don’t miss these other sound-related events and exhibitions:

Scott Sherk: SonanceZOELLNER, March 20 – December 10, 2017.

March 2, 2017: Gary Joseph Hassay performs at the reception for Area Artists 2017.