[Mar 28-30] Jenn Grossman: Quantum Echoes

“Quantum Echoes” will explore the notion of the eternal through a multi-channel sound installation. How can the effects of sound shift our perception from timed to timeless? Directly enacting Pauline Oliveros’s “Deep Listening” theories, John Cage’s philosophies on silence and meditation, Steve Reich’s method of gradual composition, and Karlheinz Stockhausen’s thoughts on the self-contained moment, the installation will blur our boundaries of time and space.

[Mar 28-30] Jenn Grossman: Quantum Echoes

Jenn Grossman
Fri, Mar 28, 7pm: Reception
Sat/Sun, Mar 29/30, noon to 6pm: Installation
Admission: FREE

Location:
Harvestworks
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleeker

“Quantum Echoes” will explore the notion of the eternal through a multi-channel sound installation. How can the effects of sound shift our perception from timed to timeless? Directly enacting Pauline Oliveros’s “Deep Listening” theories, John Cage’s philosophies on silence and meditation, Steve Reich’s method of gradual composition, and Karlheinz Stockhausen’s thoughts on the self-contained moment.

Both “musical” and “non-musical” recordings taken from unrelated times and places will be compiled into a singular, but evolving composition. A variety of processing techniques that “stretch” sound will be applied as to give the illusion of expansion, reflecting the perceptual shift from “focal” to “global” attention.

BIO: Jenn is a sound installation artist/experimental musician who lives and works in NYC. This piece is the culmination of her Masters studies at NYU.

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