For the last exhibition of the 2022-23 cultural season, composer and artist in residence Tom Gurin invites us to Handle with Care — an exhibition exploring the relationship between touch and sound.
Handle with Care is an interactive sound sculpture installation that explores the acoustics and psychoacoustics of haptic feedback. The space is filled with a series of gently vibrating sculptures. When touched, the pitch and tone of each sculpture changes depending on where and how pressure is applied. Audience members are invited to interact with the sculptures by using their hands or other objects to change the sound.
– Tom Gurin
The opening will take place on Wednesday, June 7 as part of Art-Hop-Polis.
Dates June 7-30 | Opening Guided Tours only | Getting to FEU
Date Wednesday, June 7 | Time 7-8:30pm | Facebook Event
Art-Hop-Polis : The detailed program is available here on Citéscope.
Friday, June 16 @ 7pm
Saturday, June 17 @ 1pm
Sunday, June 18 @ 1pm
Sunday, June 25 @ 1pm
If you wish to come at another time, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the Artist
Tom Gurin is a Paris-based composer and sound artist. He is a current Mortimer Hays Traveling Fellow from Brandeis University. He was the 2021-22 recipient of a Fulbright-Harriet Hale Woolley Award at the FEU and the recipient of the Rosalind Swenson Fulbright Enrichment Award to extend his stay in France. In addition, Tom Gurin is a Fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundtaion. He attended the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau in 2022. He is an alumnus of Yale University, the École Normale de Musique de Paris Alfred Cortot, and the Royal Carillon School in Blegium. Follow Tom Grun on YouTube.