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Live Stage: Anything But Sound Art [us San Francisco]

cox.jpgInterrogating Ideas: Christoph Cox and Chris Kubick — Anything But Sound Art :: March 13, 2009; 8:00 pm :: New Langton Arts, 1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA.

New Langton Arts presents a conversation between Christoph Cox (philosopher, writer, and co-curator of Langton’s current exhibition) and Chris Kubick (artist, composer and sound designer). This discussion will draw upon the independent research and ongoing correspondence between Cox and Kubick into audio culture, vanguard music, and the ontology of the audible, weaving in sound samples selected by Cox and Kubick for this exposition and multimedia event.

Christoph Cox, professor of philosophy, teaches and writes on 19th- and 20th-century European philosophy and critical theories of art and music. He is the author of Nietzsche: Naturalism and Interpretation (University of California Press, 1999) and co-editor of Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music (Continuum, 2004). Cox writes regularly on contemporary art and music for Artforum, Wire, and other magazines. He is editor-at-large at Cabinet magazine and co-curator of Cabinet’s CD series. He has curated exhibitions at The Kitchen in New York City, and G Fine Art Gallery in Washington D.C.

Chris Kubick is a Berkeley-based artist, composer and sound designer who works under a variety of pseudonyms, including Language Removal Services. His work as an artist, often in collaboration with Anne Walsh, has recently been exhibited in places like Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), The Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY), MOCA (Los Angeles, CA), CAVC (Baltimore, MD) and the Royal College of Art (London, England). His work as a composer has been featured on NPR, Resonance Radio (London) and WFMU (NYC).

Christoph Cox’s San Francisco visit is co-hosted by CCA’s Curatorial Practice and Visual Criticism programs.

New Langton Arts’ “Interrogating Ideas” series follows an informal conversational format between an artist and an art writer/curator. These ongoing conversations between the participants are enhanced by the multimedia presentation of visual and sound material, and make public for the first discussions and correspondence that have hitherto remained private. Interrogating Ideas aims to expose the Bay Area art community to some of the most challenging discussions about contemporary art practice today. The contributors to these public conversations share a fascination for exploring ideas, and expanding their practice into a performative intellectual event. “Interrogating Ideas” participants have included: Edgar Arcenaux and Julian Myers on subterranean Detroit; Andrea Bowers and Dr. Candace Falk on revolutionary women.


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