JANUARY 7 - FEBRUARY 5, 2015
We swim in an ocean of waves; light waves, sound waves, and even man-made signals are constantly bouncing off everything around us. Yakima artist, Andy Behrle, hopes to make these unseen waves tangible to the human senses, presenting this ocean of waves in a new way that may challenge our understanding of the world.
Frequency will feature new work, such as Radio Falls, which combines the shells of antique radios and phonographs with mid-century tube electronics and cutting edge digital technologies to investigate ways to see sound and listen to light.
This exhibition will also debut a portion of a large, immersive digital projection screen in the form of a 20- foot geodesic dome in which viewers are surrounded by moving images of water rushing through the Hanford Reach - a project made possible in part by a 2013 “Grant for Artist Project” awarded by Artist Trust.
Together these seemingly disparate types of artwork encourage viewers to experience our natural world in news ways with the hope of stimulating more extra-worldly ideas.
Image: Andy Behrle, Radio Falls, 2013
Exhibition Opening: January 7, 2015
Exhibition Reception: January 7, 2015 at 7:30 pm
Artist Talk: January 7, 2015 at 6:30
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