Every sound

Center for Ongoing Research & Projects (COR&P), Columbus, Ohio
27 August - 23 September 2016

  Exhibition annex  with view of crate for  Thoreau's Desk

Exhibition annex with view of crate for Thoreau's Desk

                                                                 The sound of dreaming frogs prevails over the others.                                                                                                                                                                      Henry David Thoreau, Journal, 1851

Every sound was the final exhibition at the Center for Ongoing Research & Projects (COR&P) before its closing in October 2016. The exhibit included objects and materials related to my continuing development and revision of Thoreau’s Desk (requires some assembly) — a piece conceived for percussion trio and first performed in 2014 at the deCordova Sculpture Garden and Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts. For the exhibition Every sound I produced, together with COR&P, a false postcard of a 1912 drawing by Picasso and published a plan and score for Thoreau’s Desk.

   Henry David Thoreau and the Moral Agency of Knowing    by Alfred L. Tauber, pages 172-173

Henry David Thoreau and the Moral Agency of Knowing

by Alfred L. Tauber, pages 172-173

  Exhibition library  (detail)

Exhibition library (detail)

   Thoreau's Desk  plan and score   print on paper, page 1 of 4, 22.75 x 30 inches

Thoreau's Desk plan and score

print on paper, page 1 of 4, 22.75 x 30 inches

  False postcard  2016  print on paper 4 x 5 inches

False postcard 2016

print on paper 4 x 5 inches

   Thoreau's Desk  plan and score   print on paper, page 2 of 4, 22.75 x 30 inches each

Thoreau's Desk plan and score

print on paper, page 2 of 4, 22.75 x 30 inches each