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Opening Reception: Eleven More Sounds
Brandon University’s (BU’s) Department of Visual and Aboriginal Art presents Eleven More Sounds, a thesis exhibition by Jimmie Kilpatrick, from March 8 to 18 at the Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art.
Eleven More Sounds is a body of work which focuses on sound and perception. The artworks throughout this exhibition highlight various sound events. Some works examine sounds that come from unexpected sources such as vacuum cleaners and household furniture. Others are silent pieces using visual language to describe sound.
Kilpatrick is a thesis student at BU, studying toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Kilpatrick is also a touring musician who performs internationally under the stage moniker “Shotgun Jimmie.”
The artworks in this exhibition combine elements of performance, sculpture, video, installation and sound art. Eleven More Sounds is a body of work that allows sound to be perceived as a material thing that can be seen and touched.
Come see, hear and experience Eleven More Sounds for yourself!
The Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art is located at 2021 Victoria Ave., in Brandon, and is open daily from 2 to 6 p.m.
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