On Saturday, March 29 Counterpath opened “Sound & Text,” an installation by artist Audra Wolowiec. Through scultpure, sound, text, and performance, Wolowiec’s work explores themes of communication in an attempt to create experiences that merge the sensory with the conceptual. Originally from Detroit and currently in Brooklyn, her work has been shown at Magnan-Metz, REVERSE, Norte Maar, and The Center for Performance Research. She currently teaches at Parsons, The New School for Design and SUNY Purchase. The opening will be followed by a slide projector performance and discussion.
The evening also featured work by Denver-based poet and multi-media artist Aaron Angello . His poetry, videopoetry and installations have been seen at galleries across the country, in print, and on the web. He also the author of the entries for “Sound” and “Remix” in the Johns Hopkins’ Guide to the Digital Humanities. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Literature at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he also teaches literature and digital media studies.