Reverb, an exhibit on sound and the broad auditory spectrum, brings together sound-based work from 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.
The 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 their works are objects from the museum’s collection that invoke hearing and an overall sharpening of the experiential aspect of encountering art.
Reverb is Lopez Museum’s contribution to Zero In: Open Call. Zero In is the museum consortium composed of Lopez Museum, Ateneo Art Gallery, Ayala Museum, Bahay Tsinoy and Museo Pambata that marked its 10th year in 2011.
The museum will be closed on February 24-25, 2012 for a staff cultural trip to Davao City.
For inquiries, call Fanny at 631-2417. Lopez Memorial Museum and Library is located at the ground floor of Benpres Building.