Relocating Echoes, SFMoMA
A project conceived by Fayen d’Evie, with Georgina Kleege, Shelley Lasica, Bryan Phillips, and Trent Walter.
This research into the radical potential of blindness explores ways that performative, ephemeral and degrading artworks can be sensed, archived, conserved, and remembered through creative, ekphrastic practice. Experiments includes vibrational recording, recalling performances, sonic collages, audio narratives, and tactile artist books, in relation to encounters with artworks by Richard Serra, Eva Hesse, Bill Fontana, and Janine Antoni, at SFMOMA.
This research is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria, and the Ian Potter Cultural Trust.
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