“Expect to emerge from this year’s Biennial with a seriously transformed sense of how sounds and images can be dovetailed or rent asunder; of sound in space, both social and aural; of the role of performance, live, recorded, or implied and of the capacity of the digital and the virtual for surgical dissections and magnifications of sound,” says Roberta Smith in her preview of the Whitney Biennial. Smith pegs sound art as the significant trend in this round of the Biennial, which opens Thursday. [Free registration required to view story.]

- Meredith Tromble [Tuesday, March 9th, 2004]


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