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Invisible Geographies at The Kitchen

Photo: Marcus LeithThis month a most-intriguing exhibition opens at The Kitchen in New York, featuring works by four eminent German sound artists: Jens Brand, Christina Kubisch, Stefan Rummel, and Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag. Curated by author and critic Christoph Cox, Invisible Geographies: New Sound Art from Germany examines the ways in which sound maps and delimits the world around us.

In conjunction with the exhibition, there will also be a special live performance by Carsten Nicolai (aka Noto) on September 23 at 8pm. Tickets are $10.

From the Kitchen website:

Invisible Geographies: New Sound Art from Germany

Using the invisible networks of sound waves and electromagnetic signals that circulate around us, the four installations in this show trace the physical topography of the audible world to produce alternative maps of our surroundings.

September 9 – October 14
Hours: Tue-Fri, 12-6pm; Sat 11-7pm Free

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 9 6-8pm

The Kitchen
512 W. 19th St.
New York, NY 10011


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