presents Reverb, a group exhibition on sound and the broad auditory spectrum. Reverb takes off from notions having to do with resonance, registration, and audible impressions. It brings together sound-based work from artists such as Eric Ambata, Kawayan de Guia, Tad Ermitaño, IC Jaucian, Diokno Pasilan, Ronald Tomas, the collaborative, E.X.I.S.T. (Experimentation in Sound Art Tradition) and University of the Philippines College of Music ethnomusicologist Dr. Christine Muyco.
In responding to Lopez Museum’s open call for sound-based proposals last year, these artists show an amalgam of old and new works drawn from the ambient and self-produced, the installative and site-specific, and the found and the overlooked, alongside objects from the museum collection that invoke hearing and an overall sharpening of the experiential aspect of encountering art.
Reverb is ongoing until April 3, 2012. For inquiries, call Fanny at 631-2417. Lopez Memorial Museum and Library is located at the ground floor of Benpres Building.