2900 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
Felix Kalmenson, Parastoo Anoushahpour, Faraz Anoushahpour & Ryan Ferko, (Toronto, Ontario)
Opening Reception: November 11th, 6-9pm @ The Sculpture Center
On view: November 11th - December 17th, 2016
Mysterious images shot with acoustic cameras show psychedelic visualizations emanating from Zug Island in Detroit, Michigan, while various recorded testimonies of resident's theories about the source of a deep hum open up a series of narrative explanations for the visuals. Blurring fact and fiction, the experience is both scientific and science-fiction, creating a mystery that is at once paranoid and phenomenological. The result is an immersive audio-visual installation interested in the subjective experience of sound, and the related desire for technologies of vision to turn that experience into an empirical, objective, or factual one.
The Hum will be offsite at the Sculpture Center in their Euclid Avenue Gallery, in conjunction with the David E. Davis Foundation
The Sculpture Center
1834 E. 123rd Street
Cleveland, OH 44106
Felix Kalmenson (b. 1987, St Petersburg, Russia) is a 'rootless cosmopolitan' whose practice navigates installation, videoandperformance. Kalmenson’s work variably narrates the liminal space of a researcher’sandartist’s encounter with landscape and archive. By bearing witness to everyday life, and hardening the more fragile vestiges of private and collective histories through their... go to artist page
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