Joseph Grigely,You, 2001-02.

New York


44-19 Purves Street
May 16–August 1, 2004

Curated by Regine Basha

Despite an explosion of interest in the art form over the past few years, New York hasn’t hosted a major sound-art exhibition since P.S. 1’s “Volume: Bed of Sound” extravaganza in 2000. “Treble,” organized by Regine Basha, a curator at Arthouse in Austin, Texas, brings sound-art practice up-to-date, featuring nineteen works by an intriguing selection of international artists—from pioneer Max Neuhaus and reigning audio stars Steve Roden and Stephen Vitiello to lesser-known sonic explorers such as Grady Gerbracht, Brad Tucker, and Andrea Ray—working in a variety of media: architectural installation, sculpture, video, and, interestingly, drawing. Although arranged independently from New Sound, New York, “Treble” caps off this annual citywide festival running at various venues through May 16.