Linden New Art's sound exhibitions

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Linden New Art sound exhibitions 2019
Mona Rujis, 'Sympathetic Resonance'

Time Out says

Prick up your ears and take in the art

Art is generally a visual medium, but Linden New Art is focusing on the ears this month, with three new exhibitions dedicated to the power of sound. In A Ripple and an Echo, artist Lucreccia Quintanilla explores the sounds of Melbourne’s built and natural environments through auditory installations that draw attention to the differences between the calls of native and introduced species. Elsewhere, the gallery is encouraging visitors to sit or lie down to fully experience the sounds and vibrations of Mona Ruijs’ gong compositions. Ruijs will also perform sound baths and meditations throughout the exhibition. Lastly, composer and musician Cat Hope has taken inspiration from Linden’s own design to create a series of unique graphic scores that will be performed live at a series of special events.

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