Sound Full tours to Wellington City Gallery, New Zealand with ‘Monocline: Black Boxes’ by David Haines and Joyce Hinterding
19 October 2013 – 9 February 2014

Sound Full draws together sixteen artists working in Australia and New Zealand, who seek to extend and reframe art with the understanding that all art is already ‘sound full’. The exhibition is intent on listening to art in its totality; it does not seek a specific type of art, but rather acknowledges the sound already present in contemporary art.

Through a diverse series of audio outcomes, the artists in Sound Full produce contemporary art in which sound is a material component of their practice. By broadening our understanding of the role of sound in art we are able to hear and in turn think about sound as not being separate or divorced from vision.  

Sound Full is a touring exhibition generated by the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the first in an annual series that focus on specific areas, ideas and media in contemporary practice.  This exhibition format is designed to bring new approaches to the display, discussion and materialisation of shows with the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

Works by the following artists are presented in Sound Full: Vicky Browne, Philip Dadson, Robin Fox, Marco Fusinato, Michael Graeve, Brent Grayburn, David Haines and Joyce Hinterding, Eugene Hansen, Jenny Gillam and Dr Kron, Michael Morley, Kusum Normoyle, Thembi Soddell, Torben Tilly and Robin Watkins. Curated by Caleb Kelly and Aaron Kreisler

The exhibition will launch with a live performance by David Haines and Kusum Normoyle: Saturday 19 October 2014

Wellington City Gallery