Rhizome, October 19th to 25th 2020
6950 Maple St NW, Washington, DC

Image is not exactly a presentation of an installation or performance, rather, it is a kind of medium, a coupling of space with sound, a relation of the body to the architecture of the house. An array of continuously sounding objects inside the house form a composite image, this auditory image is shaped by the inherent filters and mirrors created by walls, rooms, floors, and partitions. The objects' sonorous qualities remain fixed with no differentiation of pitch or rhythm, distilling the timbral, transient and spatial elements of the sound as they shift according to the movement of the objects by the artist and the movement of the listeners within the space. This movement of the objects occurs for the duration of the exhibition, rendering new forms, like tones within harmonic space forming a chord or a wave within a medium.