- On view now
- MASS MoCA
Walkways vibrating with voices, aural hauntings, solar-powered sonic landscapes, and instruments that look like buildings: EarMarks II traces new developments in sound art since MASS MoCA’s first EarMarks exhibition 20 years ago. New works by Klaas Hübner and Andrew Schrock of New Orleans Airlift and by Craig Colorusso join long-term installations by Sam Auinger and Bruce Odland, Christina Kubisch, Walter Fähndrich, Zarouhie Abdalian, Stephen Vitiello, and Julianne Swartz in this celebration of sound as medium and subject matter.
Craig Colorusso’s Sun Boxes can be seen at the following locations this summer:
May 28: Opening Celebration, MASS MoCA’s Courtyard A
June 1: Colegrove Park (24 Church Street, North Adams)
June 9: Colegrove Park
June 16: Colegrove Park
June 23: Solid Sound, MASS MoCA’s Courtyard A
Sun Boxes and Corrugarou are part of the NAX programming, which was made possible by support from the Barr Foundation, The Educational Foundation of America, Bloomberg Philanthropies, The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust, Franklin County CDC, and First Hartford Realty, with in-kind support from Karen Brooks Hopkins. For more information on NAX, visit explorenorthadams.com/nax.
Corrugarou is presented by TOURISTS and was built in North Adams with the skilled assistance of Jim White, Dick Pellerin, Ed Therrien, and their staff at Morrison Berkshire, with the generous support of George Apkin & Sons in honor of Philip Apkin and Benjamin Apkin.
Craig Colorusso, Sun Boxes, 2015
Image courtesy of the artist