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Reverberations that Prompt Meditation and Hand-Drawn Marks

by Michelle Levy
An abstract graphite drawing hangs in a frame above a large wooden drafting desk. This mysterious composition beckons passersby into Cuchifritos gallery. Ambient sounds emanate a breathy soundtrack that envelops and draws visitors further in. This installation, “The First Line (Sounds for Drawing),” is one manifestation in a cycle of creation initiated by seasoned experimental sound artist Andrew Deutsch and preeminent multi-media artist Ann Hamilton. It results from a decade-long collaboration... [more]
Posted by Michelle Levy on 2/27/11


by Hong-An Truong
In , the work by the ten artists in this group show revolves around a thick photo album on display in the gallery as the first object the viewer encounters.  The photo album, given to New York-based curator Bill Previdi by a friend who found it abandoned on the street somewhere in the Lower East Side, seems to record the life and relationship of two gay lovers in the mid-90s. The album is carefully constructed—the photographs always feature one of the men posing, and the pages’ images are set... [more]
Posted by Hong-An Truong on 1/24/09