14105 Inwood Road,
Dallas, TX 75244
As sculpture evolved throughout the 20th century, artists sought to expand our understanding of the dynamics between objects and space—specifically how the use of sound can test the boundaries of convention. Bringing together works from the 1960s and ‘70s alongside contemporary pieces, this group exhibition delves into these dynamics through sculpture, performance, installation, video, and sound-only works, demonstrating how the “everywhere-ness” of sound makes it a powerful sculptural material.
Pictured: “Headphone Table—Remembering Sound” (1979) by Laurie Anderson