Jorinde Voigt's Akustisches Feld VII (Acoustic Field 7) is on view in Polyphone. Polyphonies visuelles et sonores at the Musee d’Art et d’Histoire Paul Eluard in Saint-Denis, France.
Polyphone. Polyphonies visuelles et sonores offers sensory experiences to think about the world through encounters with visual and sound works by 14 international artists who reveal the poetic and political potential of listening.
The installations, performances, drawings, photographs and videos presented come from different creative contexts, both historical – from the 1970s to today – and geographical – including Germany, France, Lebanon, the United States, the Japan and South Africa. These works question the effects and power of plural voices and sounds in contemporary society.
Curators: Anne Zeitz, Lecturer at Rennes 2 University, and Anne Yanover, Director of the Paul Eluard Museum of Art and History.
The artists: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Félicia Atkinson, Kazumichi Fujiwara, Rolf Julius, Christina Kubisch, Vincent Meessen, Will Menter, Ari Benjamin Meyers, Rie Nakajima, Max Neuhaus, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Matthieu Saladin, Lerato Shadi, and Jorinde Voigt.