Museum of Contemporary Craft (MoCC) in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art presents _Transference_, an exploration of the material and aural properties of glass by artists Andy Paiko (glass) and Ethan Rose (sound/composition), November 19, 2009–January 9, 2010 at the Museum.
Through a dynamic collaboration, Paiko and Rose created a kinetic sound installation that reinterprets the glass armonica, a nearly forgotten instrument that was popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The armonica features a series of glass goblets, water and friction to create sounds evoking a “singing” wine glass.
Learn more about “_Transference_”:http://www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org/exhibitions/?f=2009_11_transference.
Explore the work “Andy Paiko”:http://andypaikoglass.com/.
Discover the work of “Ethan Rose”:http://www.ethanrosemusic.com/.
Uncover the “history of the glass armonica”:http://www.pbs.org/benfranklin/l3_inquiring_glass.html.
Exhibition | _Transference_
November 19, 2009–January 9, 2010
Museum of Contemporary Craft, 724 N.W. Davis St.
_Free with Museum admission_
_Photo by Heather Zinger ’10_