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Audio installation and musical performance redefine sound at the Cannery

An opening reception for the Sine Wave Network audio installation, created by local artist N.B. Aldrich, was held at the gallery in the old Cannery in Penobscot on September 6. The reception was followed by a genre-defying musical performance by New York artist If, Bwana.

Music-sound artist If, Bwana

Music-sound artist If, Bwana

If, Bwana, A.K.A. Al Margolis, weaves layers of sound into a rich, tension-filled tapestry.

Photo by Tevlin Schuetz

Sound inspires artwork in gallery show

Sound inspires artwork in gallery show

The show also featured pen and ink drawings by local artist Brooke Wentworth, who drew while she listened to sounds from the Sine Wave Network audio installation.

Photo by Tevlin Schuetz

Leslie Ross on bassoon

Leslie Ross on bassoon

Leslie Ross uses her bassoon to create other-worldly sounds.

Photo by Tevlin Schuetz

A dog pauses to ponder conceptual art

A dog pauses to ponder conceptual art

Dogs can appreciate audio art as well.

Photo by Tevlin Schuetz

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