Opening Reception Friday, September 18, 2015
Boston Cyberarts is thrilled to present Curious Sound Objects – Selected Works, the latest in a series of art exhibitions of multi-sensory, interactive art objects. After three sold-out events starting in the summer of 2014, this first extended gallery exhibition will be held at Boston Cyberarts Gallery. Opening Friday, September 18th and on view until October 25th, Curious Sound Objects – Selected Works explores the immediate, visceral coming together of artist and viewer through form and sound. The exhibition features nine artworks by a talented and diverse group of artists from New York and Boston. Artists featured are Ranjit Bhatnagar, Don Blair & Sands Fish, W. Benjamin Bray, Chris Chronopoulos, Eric Gunther, Jeff Lieberman, Thessia Machado, and Jason Tucker & Michael Degen.
ABOUT CURIOUS SOUND OBJECTS
Curious Sound Objects (www.curioussoundobjects.com) is a curatorial project by Nickolas Peter Chelyapov, born out of a desire to establish an outlet for the various interactive sound forms coming out of Cambridge and Somerville in Massachusetts. It is now growing to include international artists.
Curious Sound Objects showcases individual, or editioned, sound/sculptural works at the intersection of art and science. All of the works emit sound and typically respond to visitor interactions, and the shows are a celebration of self-expression through sound, music making, and community. The project extends the contemporary art landscape to include interactive sound works, and combines visual culture with music culture.
Curious Sound wants you to touch it.