Brandon LaBelle shows multi-channel audio work in Munich
Brandon LaBelle, Professor in New Media, is showing an experimental installation in Munich, Germany, from 28 June to 15 July 2012.
"Preparations for common recognition" is the title of Professor Brandon LaBelle's new project. It functions as an experimental installation located in the gallery space and developed over the course of a two-week residency. Consisting of a multi-channel audio work of three voices, the space is imagined as an "archive of interruption". As the voices debate each other on questions of subjectivity, social space and a politics of listening, visitors are invited to explore materials, documents, and artifacts housed in a series of constructed mobile book cases, panels and tables, each cataloguing related research. The exhibition aims to perform as a shifting knowledge structure supporting notions of noise and interruption as the basis for community, for knowing the other.
The project is related to Brandon LaBelle's research on the subject of "invisibility" as well as questions of spatial practice today. It connects to work LaBelle is doing on expanded practice and theories of "the public".
Venue: Lothringer 13, Munich (http://laden.lothringer13.de/)
Date: 28 June - 15 July 2012