The exhibition ‘let’s stay in touch’ follows the event ‘rhythm of relations’ at The Glove That Fits, Sep 19th. The night consisted of situations of sound making posing the audience as active listeners letting their responses directly feed into the process of making.
For the exhibition, participating artists weave together responses from audience, space and other elements that conditioned the event, in order to develop their initial sonic pieces further. Together they explore what constitutes moments of becoming in relation to the physical apparatus of sensation and probe how the environment is being sensed and shaped through sounds.
The exhibition features the sonic compositions whilst manifesting their progression shifting its focus to elements commonly remaining hidden to the audience, like production, process and research. This approach investigates the process-based possibilities of the gallery space and explores how something can emerge from a live performance event.
The publication accompanying the exhibition is free of charge. It brings together texts by all participants contextualising the project and its development as well as individual exhibited works and the research that went into them.