Byron Westbrook, Talking in Light & Sound
The composer and installation artist discusses his evolution toward creating works composed of an abstract counterpoint between light and sound "events" with David Weinstein during the artist's fall 2012 residency at the Clocktower Gallery. He also discusses his interest in the gallery as a social space in which conversation becomes another element in this interplay. Westbrook is the beneficiary of a recent stint at Bard College's intensive summer arts program and is a staff engineer at Experimental Intermedia Foundation. The product of the residency, entitled Interval/Habitat, is on view through Oct. 19, 2012 with a special artist reception ono Oct. 16.
byron Westbrook's projects at the Clocktower Gallery and for ARTonAIR.org are made possible by a grant from the Jerome Foundation.
Originally aired 10/15/12
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