PRINT May 2000

US Shorts

Emily Erikson

INSTALLATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS of sound art, light, and space? Must mean summer—at least in the outer boroughs. P.S. 1 leads the way, casting the net wide to enlist composer and musician Elliott Sharp to cocurate (with director Alanna Heiss) “Volume,” a show with sound installations by Ikue Mori, Francesco Lopez, and Christian Marclay, among others, plus “sonic drawings” by Max Neuhaus. Beyond the gallery walls of the former schoolhouse, the annual music series “Warm Up” will provide backup every Saturday. Creative Time’s two-week-long music program “Audiolab” opens July 13, featuring the likes of Scanner and Moby each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in the grandiose cavern of Brooklyn’s Anchorage; leading up to the series will be a sound installation by Austrian artists Granular Synthesis (June 1-25). Ilya and Emllla Kabakov’s multileveled “Palace of Projects” will appear in Manhattan’s

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