Sean Duffy: The Grove
June 2 – September 9, 2007
Sean Duffy’s newest installation seeks to gather people
in a highly participatory experience. The Grove consists of
18 turntables, each linked to 20 speakers suspended from
the ceiling. A selection of albums by instrumental and vocal
performers at each turntable allows participants to interactively
change the sound environment. With close to 400 speakers,
the installation creates a canopy of sound from a collective-
community orchestration of ever-evolving musical compositions.
This exhibition is co-organized by Julie Joyce, Director, Luckman
Gallery at California State University, Los Angeles, and John Spiak,
Curator, Arizona State University Art Museum.
This project is made possible in part by Stinkweeds Music (Phoenix),
Modified Arts (Phoenix), an Artists’ Resource for Completion grant
from the Durfee Foundation (Los Angeles), and Friends of the
ASU Art Museum.
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