11 November 2015 – 31 May 2016
Our inaugural temporary exhibition was a solo show by sound artist, mathematician, and composer Ryan Maguire. As an artist, Ryan explores technology’s role as an intermediary between human experience and the natural world, and the pieces he has selected for inclusion in our first temporary exhibition explore the sonic artifacts of MP3 compression. Ryan’s work has been written about by websites like Vox, the Onion’s AV Club, and io9.com, and been featured on CBC Radio. He is currently a PhD student in Composition and Computer Technologies at the University of Virginia Center for Computer Music.
Ryan’s work was featured in the Exposition Space during the Autumn/Winter 2015-2016 season.
Find out more about this exhibit – download its Gallery Guide.
Read more about this project at Ryan’s personal website.
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