Soundscape - July 2017

June 28, 2017

 

For Immediate Release
June 28, 2017

 

Arts Commons Presents:

Morose Code from sound artist Kerry Maguire

 

CALGARY – Arts Commons Presents brings a new media art sound installation to the +15 hallway that will take you on a journey through time and space.  Morose Code allows passersby to experience multilayered radio waves as they move away from earth into the infinite vacuum of space.

Made up of hours of collaged historical radio broadcasts, music, interference, and human presence, Morose Code gives you the feeling of floating through space, experiencing the sound of humanity from lightyears away. 

Morose Code is an approximation of a journey that has yet to be taken: as you walk east to west and you go backwards in time, away from the earth. Walking west to east brings you forward in time, toward the earth,” says artist Kerry Maguire. 

The Arts Commons +15 Soundscape is a unique multichannel sound system that provides sound art opportunities to local and national sound artists, which is available for passersby to freely experience.

 

Title:                     Arts Comments Presents Visual & Media Arts

               Morose Code by Kerry Maguire

Location:             +15 Soundscape at Arts Commons

Date:                    July 3 – August 31, 2017

Reception:         Artist Reception at Happenings #9 in the Upper Mezzanine of Arts Commons on

Monday, August 18 from 6-9pm

 

 

Please see attached for artist biographies.

 

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For media inquiries or more information contact:

Alex Bonyun, Communications Manager

403-294-7429 abonyun@artscommons.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Biographies

 

Kerry Maguire is an artist whose work deals with questions of the future, drawing influences from popular culture, science fiction, and philosophy. She is interested in methods of problem solving, using installation, sound, and sculpture to ask questions about how we perceive the possible outcomes of our present reality. This fall she will be entering her 4th year as a painting major at the Alberta College of Art + Design.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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