Soundwalk is happy to announce the oncoming exhibition of the Ulysses’ Syndrome Limited Series project, in collaboration with the Ilan Engel Gallery. The project consists of a limited series of twelve sound cases comprising two vinyl turntables, high-fidelity speakers and a set of three records pressed with sounds of Soundwalk’s sound piece Ulysses’ Syndrome. The sound cases have been designed by Nelson Wilmotte. The first copy will be shown by the Ilan Engel Gallery stand at Slick-Paris this week, from thursday to wednesday.
Slick is a contemporary art fair dedicated to uncovering new talents during the FIAC art fair in Paris. Each year, Slick unveils hundreds of artists and dozens of galleries that represent more than a thousand paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations and videos : “These works of art question the world we live in and are a sign of our time, while revealing something about the personal universes of their creators”.
21-24th October | Hall 1 Stand F2, Esplanade du Palais de Tokyo et Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
11-13, av du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris – France
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