Visit Land of Tomorrow (LOT) gallery in Louisville, Ky where NAVE is currently installed as part of the Expanded Music Project, a showcase of work illustrating the intersection between art and music. The premise of this show is to highlight the fluidity between creative forms and artistic practices. The influence of album art, video production, stage design, graffiti, and the appropriation tactics of remixing have established an ongoing conversation between artists and musicians. This dialogue between visual artist and musician continues to play a major role, and creative forces as diverse as Elvis, The Velvet Underground, Talking Heads, Pink Floyd, and Afrika Bambaataa have delved into the realms of the visual and the auditory to produce work that both fields accept and champion.
The artists invite you to come inside of NAVE, a basement/bedroom-esque recording booth to make a tape, label it, and leave it behind for the catalog and archives. You can also spend time at the listening station sampling tapes that have been created during the exhibition, or dub a copy to take with you. Post-exhibition, the recordings will then be made available in both physical and digital formats.
Expanded Music Project - November 18 2011 – January 3 2012 – Land of Tomorrow – 233 w Broadway Louisville, KY