We’ve launched a new online magazine over at Medium.com! And our first article is by our own Curatorial Assistant, Cristina Sousa Martínez. In ‘And So Their Scars Turned to Gold’, Cristina interviews Mexican artist Ana Paula Santana about her current sound installation project entitled ‘Resiliencia’, a collaborative activist work that’s bringing to light the stories of rape survivors in Mexico.
If you are interested in contributing writing to our magazine, please get in touch – we have a wide remit, looking for stories about the culture of sound, in all of the many forms it takes.
Read the article!
At our recent Grand Re-Opening Event at London’s Chalton Gallery on 4 November, we also held a private view for Mexican sound artist Daniel Toca’s exhibition, Transitivity of Implication, currently on view in our Exposition Space temporary gallery. As part of Daniel’s exhibition, its curator Cristina Sousa Martínez commissioned him to write an exclusive new text score. Catalogue d’oiseaux was read aloud at the private view by Martínez, and subsequently performed by sound artist Viv Corringham. You can watch a video of the performance above. The performance was audio recorded, and has been added as the final piece of Daniel’s exhibition in the Exposition Space. Make an appointment to visit the Museum and listen to Transitivity of Implication today!