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September 9 – October 21, 2005
USF Contemporary Art Museum

Christian Marclay, fluxmix, 2004. 16 channel audio and video installation.
Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.
Photo: Peter Foe/USFCAM

Symposium | Christoph Cox, Céleste Boursier-Mougenot
September 9, 6:30–8pm, FAH101

AudioFiles brings together converging elements of the spectrum of Sound Art. Artists Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, Christian Marclay and Stephen Vitiello create three individually engaging and enigmatic sonic installations, which defy convention and resist categorization. The exhibit represents an emerging and provocative art form by drawing connections between artist modalities and experimental media. The works reflect on the characteristics of sound as it influences our lives in its most immediate and compelling aspects. Curatorial assistance for AudioFiles provided by Preston Poe.

Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, harmonichaos, 2000.
Installation with vacuum cleaners, harmonicas, electronic tuners.
Collection of agnés b. Paris, France / Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.
Photo: Peter Foe/USFCAM

Stephen Vitiello, Wind in the Trees, 2005. 12 8” speakers.
Courtesy of Projectile, New York and Galerie Almine Rech, Paris.
Photo: Peter Foe/USFCAM