hear.feel.fear at 17 COX

November 23, 2011

hear.feel.fear represents collage in all forms and media.

17 Cox is proud to host the audio/visual presentations of Plastic Color//Math Magic and Nickolas Peter followed by a film screening of the cult classic Suspiria. In conjunction with ‘Continuity’, collage works by Kylie Alexander in the 17 Cox exhibition space, inspired by and appropriating film stills from Suspiria (1977), hear.feel.fear engenders the idea of collage to all forms of cut and paste media; not just 2D collage, but film, turntables, and other devices/methods that arrange prefabricated media samples like sound bites, film stills, track cuts, et al. into larger compositions.

hear.feel.fear will be introduced by alumnus Bradford Rusick ’08 and Prof. Ethan Berry. 17 Cox is directed by Montserrat Gallery’s Exhibitions Manager, Lucas Spivey

Saturday, Dec. 3rd, 2011 6 – 9pm

Suggested donation : $5
Lucas says no one will be turned away and all proceeds go directly to artists and residency programs

17 Cox Court, Beverly MA 01915

more info at 17cox.com