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James Hoff Interview in Bomb Magazine —
http://bombmagazine.org/article/10095/james-hoff

James Hoff Interview in Bomb Magazine —

http://bombmagazine.org/article/10095/james-hoff

Exhibition with David Grubbs at MIT List Center —https://listart.mit.edu/exhibitions/open-tuningsAlthough sound art’s pedigree goes back to the pre-war avant-garde experiments of Futurism and Dada, it has until very recently received sporadic attention in museum and gallery exhibitions. Inherently about time and change, invisible and uncontainable, sound is in fact in some ways antithetical to conventional forms of display. Sound is also interdisciplinary: It overlaps withboth the performing arts, including experimental music, and the visual arts,where sound art emerged more fully in the 1960s alongside a range of other process-based forms including body and land art, video and film. 
Open Tunings seeks to provide an experimental platform to explore the various ways in which the ephemeral forms of sound and performance can inhabit the exhibition space. Borrowing its title from a guitar technique by which the instrument is tuned to be strummed with “open,” that is unfretted, strings, this exhibition will present three consecutive, changing installations in sound and brings together David Grubbs & Eli Keszler, Brendan Fowler, and Hannah Weinberger.  Each project was conceived for the exhibition and takes its point of departure from a performance in the List’s Reference Gallery, followed by the presentation of audio or video recordings or objects used during the event. In both live and ongoing formats, the works variously examine the relationships between architectural space and spatial sound, presence and absence, liveness and recording, improvisation and script.

Exhibition with David Grubbs at MIT List Center —https://listart.mit.edu/exhibitions/open-tuningsAlthough sound art’s pedigree goes back to the pre-war avant-garde experiments of Futurism and Dada, it has until very recently received sporadic attention in museum and gallery exhibitions. Inherently about time and change, invisible and uncontainable, sound is in fact in some ways antithetical to conventional forms of display. Sound is also interdisciplinary: It overlaps withboth the performing arts, including experimental music, and the visual arts,where sound art emerged more fully in the 1960s alongside a range of other process-based forms including body and land art, video and film. 


Open Tunings
 seeks to provide an experimental platform to explore the various ways in which the ephemeral forms of sound and performance can inhabit the exhibition space. Borrowing its title from a guitar technique by which the instrument is tuned to be strummed with “open,” that is unfretted, strings, this exhibition will present three consecutive, changing installations in sound and brings together David Grubbs & Eli KeszlerBrendan Fowler, and Hannah Weinberger.  Each project was conceived for the exhibition and takes its point of departure from a performance in the List’s Reference Gallery, followed by the presentation of audio or video recordings or objects used during the event. In both live and ongoing formats, the works variously examine the relationships between architectural space and spatial sound, presence and absence, liveness and recording, improvisation and script.

Modern Painters Article May 2014 PDF -

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3OTxEu7NBEmcFMyRzV2YlU5VXM/edit

Modern Painters Magazine - 

May 2014 Issue

Eli Keszler 'Archway' from eli keszler on Vimeo.

'Archway'

Manhattan Bridge

Dumbo, NYC

ELI KESZLER
NEUM 
http://relrecords.net/catalog/1/REL22
NEUM is a book of drawings, prints and diagrams by eli keszler made in conjunction with the presentation of the NEUM installation at the South London Gallery – A large scale piece, occupying a 150 wide by 50 foot tall space made up of 16 overlapped and splayed piano wire, 
activated by a mechanical system which is featured as part of the group show ‘At The Moment of Being Heard’.  The book consists of over 65 drawings, sketches and diagrams of various sizes dimensions and medias as well as 3 silk screened inserts.   

NEUM is printed in a limited hand numbered edition of 100 copies.

ELI KESZLER


NEUM 

http://relrecords.net/catalog/1/REL22

NEUM is a book of drawings, prints and diagrams by eli keszler made in conjunction with the presentation of the NEUM installation at the South London Gallery – A large scale piece, occupying a 150 wide by 50 foot tall space made up of 16 overlapped and splayed piano wire, 

activated by a mechanical system which is featured as part of the group show ‘At The Moment of Being Heard’.  The book consists of over 65 drawings, sketches and diagrams of various sizes dimensions and medias as well as 3 silk screened inserts.   

NEUM is printed in a limited hand numbered edition of 100 copies.

Group Exhibition at the South London Gallery

Group Exhibition at the South London Gallery