Interval in Colorado
My sound installation Interval was included in a sound art exhibition at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs…
BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER: Sonic Art 1860-2011
An anthology of the art of sound from the first audio recording of the French folk song Au Clair de la Lune by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville to work completed yesterday, this exhibition investigates the dimensions of sound through silence, noise, ambient textures, ideas, stories and places. Curated by UCCS VAPA faculty and artist Valerie Brodar.
Artists include Terry Allen, Jacki Apple, Charles Amirkhanian, Paul Bright, Adan De La Garza, Jim Green, Richard Lerman, Lou Mallozzi, David Moss, Senga Nengudi, Matt Pass, Helen Thorington, and Improv Everywhere.
February 4 – April 15, 2011
Gallery of Contemporary Art 121
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
121 S. Tejon St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Public Reception: February 4, 6 - 9 pm
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10 am - 8 pm
Lou Mallozzi is a Chicago-based artist known primarily for his work in sound, often with a focus on dismembering and reconstituting language, gesture, and signification. His work includes performances, installations, music works, recordings, and radio works. In addition, he has a visual art practice that includes drawing and other media. He has performed and exhibited in the U.S. and Europe, including projects at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Chicago Cultural Center, the Italian Cultural Institute and Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, the Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University Bloomington, Experimental Intermedia New York, Podewil Berlin, TUBE Audio Art Series Munich, and the Radiorevolten Festival Halle. In addition to his solo works, Mallozzi often collaborates with artists, filmmakers and musicians, including Sandra Binion, Michael Vorfled, Alessandro Bosetti, Michael Zerang, Frédéric Moffet, Antonia Contro, Jacques Demierre, Vincent Barras, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Charlotte Hug, and many others. He has received support for his work that includes several fellowships from the Illinois Arts Council, and artist residencies through the Chicago-Lucerne Sister Cities Program, the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Study Center, Ragdale Foundation, and Spritzenhaus Hamburg. He is on the faculty of the Sound Department of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and is executive director of Experimental Sound Studio.
Sunday, January 2, 2011
Iceberg Projects: solo sound performances and selections from Usi scrutati
On December 5, 2010, I presented selections from my solo sound performance series Usi scrutati along with several solo improvisations at Iceberg Projects, a recently opened space in Chicago (http://icebergchicago.com/home.html). The invitation came from fellow artist Doug Ischar. (photo credit: Zak Arctander)
There's a very nice review/summary of the performances at the Iceberg Projects website: http://icebergchicago.com/artwork/1722473_Lou_Mallozzi.html
Perched on the 4th floor mezzanine of Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, I’ll be zeroing in on visitors to the museum through a telescope and describing them in detail over loudspeakers placed outside the 2nd floor exhibition space. Presented for the “Interactions” series in conjunction with the MCA’s current exhibition “Without You I'm Nothing: Art and Its Audience,” Outpost turns surveillance inside-out: spectators become spectacle, the audience becomes subject and object.
Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E Chicago Avenue, Chicago
January 4 – 9, 2010
Performance times: Tuesday 6PM-8PM, Wednesday-Sunday 1PM-3PM
curated by Tricia Van Eck
Outpost was a great success at the MCA in Chicago. There was a nice, concise TV piece done by Dan Andreis of WTTW/Channel 11, archived at: http://video.wttw.com/video/1724740839/ -- scroll down to Thursday June 6 “Museum Spy.” I include photos here from Nathan Keay, (c) MCA Chicago.