The Berlin-based art collective Korinsky will create a site-specific sound installation in the Grace Cathedral that will play with the contrast of the visual and the heard, using technology and the miracle of the human ear.
Abel, Carlo and Max Korinsky collaborate together as Korinsky atelier für vertikale flächen
(Korinsky Studio for Vertical Surfaces). Korinsky is inspired by the science of the human ear. We cannot close our ears as we close our eyes—our ears are exposed to sound constantly. Korinsky seeks to expand what we both see and hear and change the perception of space and architecture through sound. Korinsky has recently completed residencies in Seoul, Tehran and Australia and their work has also been shown in Germany, Romania, Italy and Austria.
In partnership with the Goethe-Institut San Francisco.
Programmed sound installation:
1-3 pm, 7:30-10 pm
Thursday, 8.23: 9:30-11 am, 1-3 pm, 6:30-10 pm
1-5 pm, 5:30-10 pm
Saturday, 8/25: 4-10 pm
Performed sound installation with artists present:
Sunday, 8/26: 8-9pm.
Tickets available at korinskygrace.eventbrite.com