Switch on the television when the sun sets
Friday, May 25, 2018, 6-9pm
Friday, May 25 - Sunday, July 29, 2018
5925 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60660
Curated by ESS and soundpocket.
"The sunlight is like the light from the television, collective but intimate." -Dave Chow
DAVE CHOW's subtle interventions cast daily objects in a different light, giving them a quiet voice that draws the viewer into a new context. The mindfully constructed relationship between each object and the space in which it is experienced builds a connection between the artist and viewer that is both open and intimate.
about Dave Chow
Dave CHOW Yui-wang was born in Hong Kong in 1993 and currently lives and works in Hong Kong. He graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, where he received his Bachelor Degree in 2015. He is especially interested in the physicality of things. His works display and distill his everyday experience through appropriating, transforming and assembling ready-made objects.
Audible Gallery at ESS is a 400 square foot project space focusing on intimate exhibitions that feature or are somehow driven by sound as medium, subject, or a cultural force. Exhibitions are curated by the ESS staff or by other curators and partner organizations focusing on intersections of sound, media, and culture.
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Previous Exhibitions & Events
mass notification is a sound installation by the artist Banrei that considers auditory methods of control and the language of the siren. The work experienced at Experimental Sound Studio (ESS) consists of an array of hundreds of works dispersed through short auditory bursts of sound that swell and spatter, interspersed with moments of modulated silence, utilizing sheer volume as a visceral form of object presence.
The Ears Have Walls: A Survey of Sound Games is an interactive exhibition of sound games, presented in collaboration with the Video Game Art Gallery.
Join us on a tour of sites connected to Filament Surge, a mobile app created by Bill Parod for geo-located, spatialized sound pieces. Participants will have an opportunity to experience the app at each site and hear more about the context of its creation.
The Ears Have Walls features video game art that assigns audio to a lead role instead of merely a support for video or a confirmation of transmitted commands. Curated by Stephan Moore and Chaz Evans, The Ears Have Walls is an exhibition spanning two location, with work on view at both ESS and VGA Gallery.
The fifth and most conceptually broad iteration of Ten x Ten, ‘Ten x Ten 2017: Dual Practices’ brings together 10 notable Chicago artists who have robust practices in both visual art and music. By considering questions about boundaries and location, Ten x Ten 2017 will investigate Chicago neighborhood identities, urban change, and comfort in space and place.
Five artist pairs have been collaborating over several months to each create a two-part work that includes a song or audio piece and an 18” x 18” screen print. The results of these partnerships will be released with a concert and gallery exhibition at Experimental Sound Studio on Saturday, September 9th.The artists will perform excerpts from their collaborations and display their prints as well as other work.
Experimental Sound Studio is pleased to present Guassian Blur, the first exhibition by Sonnenzimmer in Audible Gallery.
"informatique de soi-même" is a one-weekend only pop up exhibition of video works by Bridge member Jean-Luc Guionnet in Audible Gallery.
This is the second of three concerts in conjunction with Rob Mazurek's exhibition The Shaping Light in Audible Gallery. The evening features ROB MAZUREK on piccolo trumpet and electronics with LOU MALLOZZI on turntables, CDs, and mixer, and special guest JACQUES DEMIERRE on piano.