The Boston Sculptors Gallery presents an exhibit of sculptures by Andy Zimmermann. The exhibit, entitled “Where Am I?” consists of four large sculptures, and a sculpture/sound installation. Mirrors are an important element in the sculptures. The largest one, “Meing and Nothingness”, consists of 23 separate mirrors, each on a tripod, pointing in all different directions, in a large, chaotic cluster.
The sound installation consists of five audio speakers which are built into kinetic sculptures. The viewer activated, computer-controlled vibrations of the speakers cause visible movement of the sculptures, at the same time as they create a multi-channel soundscape of words and music.
There will be an evening of live performance taking place within the exhibit, featuring poetry by Rosamond Zimmermann and Cammy Thomas, with Froilan Decan on guitar, John Scales on drums, and Andy Zimmermann on midi-guitar and his own sound and light synthesizer.
Photo: Meing and Nothingness (detail), Andy Zimmermann
Apr 20-May 22
Gallery Hours| Wed–Sun, 12–6pm
Opening Reception| May 6, 5-8pm
Associated Event| Live poetry and music performance: Sat, May 7 | 8pm
Public Transportation| 1 Bus, CT2 Bus
*Wheelchair Accessible through the ground floor entrance to the left of the front door and via the parking lot. Ring bell to notify the gallery attendant and use the elevator