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OneBeat Virtual Performance

Performance for OneBeat's virtual marathon showcasing the final collaborations between fellows including strings by multi-instrumentalist Tegan Faran (NYC), flute by Owen Castro (Philippines), and percussion by percussionist/producer Alexandre Baros (Brazil). Onebeat is a program of the US State Department and brings together emerging musical leaders from around the world to collaboratively create original work and develop civically engaged music initiatives.

Amy Reid - Theme Song for Hope

Reid’s third coming album Dome Trax is an imaginative, sonic journey through electronic explorations of searching for hope during isolation and the global pandemic. Created while at an artist residency in The Merriweather District in Maryland, Reid built a 25ft wide 12 ft high geodesic dome and composed 5 pieces played on a continuous loop. Theme Song for Hope is the first song off of the album inviting listeners into the dream world with cascading pianos, and emotive synths envoking a feeling of hope during isolated times.

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green neon abstract projections in a geodesic dome
Reid's installation "Future Canopies" for the Fresh Air Exhibition at The Merriweather District AIR showcase 2020. Future Canopies is an inter-disciplinary project envisioning new environments to inhabit that are free of oppressive systems. Inspired by physicist Buckminster Fuller's work, he believed geodesic domes could solve the housing crisis and environmental challenges. Projections created by Johnny Rogers. Sounds composed by Reid during her artist residency inspiring her third coming album Dome Trax.

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Amy Reid is a Baltimore-based queer electronic musician, producer, sound and visual artist striving to transform spaces sonically, socially, and visually. Combining field recordings, vocals, and electronic instruments, Reid creates a sonic language that is futuristic and otherworldly yet relatable. Often seeking collaborative opportunities, her work incorporates projections, video and installation. While obtaining a BFA in Painting at Maryland Institute College of Art, she began weaving sound... more

Unearthing Queer Ecologies in Portugal

Unearthing Queer Ecologies is an ongoing audio/ visual sound art project using biology and technology to reveal imagery and sounds of growing plantlife and ecosystems that exist beyond the scope of human eyes and ears. The title references the term Queer Ecology which scholar Catriona Sandilands describes as “recognizing that people often regard nature in terms of dualistic notions like “natural and unnatural,” “alive or not alive” or “human or not human,” when in reality, nature exists in a continuous state.” This project pays homage to this idea by sonically and visually documenting the growth of lavender, pansies and mushrooms; plants that have been deemed “queer” by culture and organisms that are “queer” in the very nature of their DNA. Using innovative technology, electrodes are attached to plants and Plantwave converts the electrical impulses from the plants into midi information. This midi information is sent into analogue and digital synthesizers thus, producing sounds. The initial video was created by generating video from sound using Max 8. The generative video aspect happening in real time was developed by artist and technologist, Mel Gross. Unearthing Queer Ecologies was invited to MEXE festival in the form of two performances in Porto and Lisbon as well as an audio visual installation at the Jardim Botanical (Botanical Gardens) of Porto, Portugal. 

This project received a USArtists International Grant to create an installation at the Botanical Gardens and to be performed at MEXE Festival at a public park in Porto and at Culturgest in Lisbon, Portugal in Spetember, 2021.  In addition to this, the project received a micro grant from BOPA as well as The Medicine Show. 

  • Culturgest Performance Lisbon, Portugal

    15 Minute clip of "Unearthing Queer Ecologies," a plant performance with audio-reactive visuals performed at Culturgest, MEXE Festival, 2021 in Lisbon, Portugal. Electrodes are attached to a plant, processed through Plantwave and converted into Midi information. The Midi information is sent to analogue and digital synthesizers thus, generating sound. This project is supported by a USArtists International Grant, a BOPA and Medicine Show micro-grant. The development of the project is supported by a Rubys grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.
  • Culturgest Performance Q&A

    woman speaking into a microphone
    Q&A after a live plant performance at Culturgest, a venue in Lisbon, Portugal. ©PatriciaPocao
  • Plant Performance with Audio-Reactive visuals

    live electronic music performance using plants to generate sound
    Plant performance using Plantwave and a self-built Eurorack synthesizer with audio-reactive projections at Culturgest in Lisbon, Portugal 2021. ©PatriciaPocao
  • Audience Q&A Cultugest Lisbon, Portugal

    Person in audience asking a question at a large venue.
    Audience member asking a question during Q&A at MEXE Festival in Lisbon, Portugal. ©PatriciaPocao
  • Unearthing Queer Ecologies in Porto, Portugal

    video and sound performance
    Experimental audio visual performance as part of MEXE Festival in Porto, Portugal 2021. ©PatriciaPocao
  • Video Projection Porto, Portugal

    pink and purple projections on a wall
    Projected imagery during a performance in Porto, Portugal ©PatriciaPocao
  • Performance in Porto, Portugal

    woman playing plants as an instrument
    Generative sound and video performance in Porto, Portugal. ©PatriciaPocao
  • Performance in Porto, Portugal

    Woman interacting with plants
    At the end of the performance, audience members were invited to interact with the plants to generate their own sounds from the plants. ©PatriciaPocao
  • Installation at Jardim Botanico in Porto, Portugal

    abstract projections and Portuguese plants
    Audio visual installation of Unearthing Queer Ecologies at the Jardim Botanico in Porto, Portugal. Electrodes are attached to plants provided by the municipality of Porto. Their natural impulses trigger a self built Eurorack synthesizer. A microphone picks up vibrations from the synthesizer and manipulates the video in real time. Reactive video element created by Mel Gross.
  • Installation at Jardim Botanico in Porto, Portugal

    Plants and electronic instruments
    Audio visual installation of Unearthing Queer Ecologies at the Jardim Botanico in Porto, Portugal. Electrodes are attached to plants provided by the municipality of Porto. Their natural impulses trigger a self built Eurorack synthesizer featured in the photo. A microphone picks up vibrations from the synthesizer and manipulates a video in real time. Reactive video element developed and created by Mel Gross.

Fruiting Bodies

Fruiting Bodies is part of a larger series of investigations titled Unearthing Queer Ecologies; an audio/ visual sound art project using biology and technology to reveal imagery and sounds of growing plantlife and ecosystems that exist beyond the scope of human eyes and ears. The title references the term Queer Ecology which scholar Catriona Sandilands describes as “recognizing that people often regard nature in terms of dualistic notions like “natural and unnatural,” “alive or not alive” or “human or not human,” when in reality, nature exists in a continuous state.” This project pays homage to this idea by sonically and visually documenting the growth of lavender, pansies and mushrooms; plants that have been deemed “queer” by culture and organisms that are “queer” in the very nature of their DNA. 

Fruiting Bodies debuted as an installation inside of Current Space’s public windows  in Baltimore City, Maryland in April, 2021. During the opening, the sound composition was played from beneath concrete grates coming from the ground. After the opening, the piece was available on a digital platform accessible through a cellular device via QR code allowing the viewer to listen through their cell phone while viewing the projections and installation. The soundscape was composed from lavender, pansies and pink oyster mushrooms by using innovative hardware called Plantwave, which translates the electrical impulses of plants into MIDI. The projections werecreated by using Max 8 to build an audio-visualizer responding to the sound of the composition. This project received a $15,000 Ruby’s grant in October 2020 to develop and create a new body of work. In addition to this support, it also received a United States Artists International Award 
https://youtu.be/APJ_acVfk6I

  • Fruiting Bodies by Amy Reid

    Fruiting Bodies is a soundscape created by generating sounds from plant life. The three parts in this piece were orchestrated from an orange pansy, sansevieria, and zz pant. This soundscape was played at the opening of Fruiting Bodies, a solo exhibition at Current Space in 2021. This project is supported by a Rubys Grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation and the plants were provided by Baltimore's local plant shop B.Willow.
  • Fruiting Bodies Installation

    mixed media window installation, plants, purple leds, projected abstract imagery
    Mixed media window installation; projections, fabric sculpture, live plants, mushroom grow chamber, artificial plants, and sound at Current Space. This project was supported by a Rubys Grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation in 2020.
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    Plant installation with purple lighting in a large window
    Opening reception for Fruiting Bodies. Photo by Valerie J Pauls.
  • Current Space Projection Window

    tree reflection, abstract imagery, 3-D fabric & light sculpture.
    This window features audio reactive moving imagery created using Max 8, an open source software program. The sculpture below was created with fabric, led lights and an armature. The form references a hybrid model of 3-D imaged terrain and a sound wave still from the composition. The reflective window film in the center window captures the reflections of the nature in the installation setting.
  • Close Up of Plant Window

    orange plant purple background in a window
    Close up of plants that have "queer" associations culturally, personally or biologically.
  • Hanging Dried Flowers

    purple led light behind hanging dried flowers
    Dried flowers given from a lover in the plant installation window reflecting personal associations and connections with plant-life.
  • Detail of Plant Window

    Spanish moss, philodendron and artificial ivy
    Spanish moss, philodendron, and artificial ivy detail in plant window under a purple "grow light" simulation.
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    pink/ purple reflective window film spelling the title "Fruiting Bodies"
    Fruiting Bodies title created with reflective window film taken by Valerie J Pauls.
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    Fruiting Bodies Opening at Current Space April, 2021.
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    two people holding flowers outside of a window installation
    Fruiting Bodies Opening at Current Space April 2021.

Dome Trax

Dome Trax is an imaginative, sonic journey through electronic explorations of searching for hope during isolation and the global pandemic. Created while at an artist residency in The Merriweather District in Maryland, Reid built a 25ft wide 12 ft high geodesic dome. During the residency, she explored the sounds of spaces surrounding her by taking field recordings and documenting improvisations. What sounds of the legendary venue Merriweather Post Pavilion come to life as the normal sounds of crowds and music fade away? What does it sound like to be the only person inside of a glass building during a storm? How do we find sounds of hope in a deeply devastating and disconnected time? These are the questions that Dome Trax explores, the physical and metaphysical space of the geodesic dome that encapsulates everyone’s lives during isolation. 

Album Art; Ghostnests

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Dome Trax

  • Amy Reid - Theme Song for Hope

    Theme Song for Hope sets the tone for what the album is meant to exist as; a soundtrack of isolation and longing for connection during a pandemic and artist residency. This piece sonically weaves together recordings of improvisational piano and field recordings of sounds found exploring the desolate site of Merriweather during a pandemic.
  • Isolated Showers

    Isolated Showers is the second track on Dome Trax combining field recordings of moments at The Merriweather District AIR program in 2020.
  • Clouds Have Parted

    Clouds Have Parted is the 3rd song on Dome Trax and aims to be the peak moment of evoking hope during unprecedented times.
  • Solitary Sunset

    Solitary Sunset is the 4th track on Dome Trax. Inspired by the power of observing small moments as a way to be present, this song is dedicated to one moment during that day that is constant, the sun falling.
  • Fractured Reality

    The last song titled Fractured Reality sums up the collective experience of a global pandemic. Shifting from spacey synths to cascading pianos and emotive tones, the song analyses the idea of "normal" and accepts that that status quo is problematic. We are never going back to a state of "normal" and this song is the sonic acceptance of that.
  • The Fader Review of Dome Trax

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    The Fader write up of Dome Trax by Raphael Helfand 2021.
  • The Fader Review of Dome Trax

    text describing the project Dome Trax
    "Dome Trax runs for 25 minutes, but due to its cyclical nature, it feels timeless. Like the geodesic dome itself, it reads as both simple and ingenious, natural and alien. Droning synths bloom and warp endlessly as the record runs its course, rendering track designations irrelevant. The new project follows Reid's 2017 album, Hirsute, and her 2020 EP, Isolated Bliss. Stream Dome Trax below." -Raphael Helfand

Future Canopies

Project Description: 
Future canopies is an audio-visual exploration of environmental and social ecosystems that are supportive of diverse life forms and symbiotic relationships. Through structures, sound, projections and collaged imagery, these synthetic, enclosed hybrid-habitats are built on piecing together different aspects of society, nature and physical structures that allow its inhabitants not only to exist but thrive. More specifically, Future Canopies is inspired by the liminal spaces of nature & society including: Canopies, mycelium networks & underground queer culture. This installation was created by building a 25ft long and 12ft high PVC geodesic dome, hand sewn fabric panels, a surround sound system playing original compositions and collaborative projection mapped video with Johnny Rogers. This work was created at The Merriweather District AIR in Columbia, Maryland from August-October 2020.

  • Future Canopies

    Future canopies is an audio-visual exploration of environmental and social ecosystems that are supportive of diverse life forms and symbiotic relationships. Through structures, sound, projections and collaged imagery, these synthetic, enclosed hybrid-habitats are built on piecing together different aspects of society, nature and physical structures that allow its inhabitants not only to exist but thrive. More specifically, Future Canopies is inspired by the liminal spaces of nature & society including: Canopies, mycelium networks & underground queer culture.
  • Fresh AIR Exhibition 2020

    Outer view of Geodesic Dome installation.
  • Future Canopies Exhibition

    neon abstract imagery inside a geodesic dome
    Inside the geodesic dome Reid built, listeners/viewers gather for an immersive experience of projected collaged imagery by Johnny Rogers and surround sound playing 5 ambient compositions on a continuous loop created by Reid.
  • Fresh AIR Exhibition 2020

    Inside the 25ft long and 12ft high PVC geodesic dome, hand sewn fabric panels, a surround sound system playing original compositions and collaborative projection mapped video with Johnny Rogers.
  • Fresh AIR Exhibition 2020

    Inside the 25ft long and 12ft high PVC geodesic dome, hand sewn fabric panels, a surround sound system playing original compositions and collaborative projection mapped video with Johnny Rogers.
  • Fresh AIR Exhibition 2020

    Inside the 25ft long and 12ft high PVC geodesic dome, hand sewn fabric panels, a surround sound system playing original compositions and collaborative projection mapped video with Johnny Rogers.
  • Fresh AIR Exhibition 2020

    Night view of the outdoor exhibition.
  • Live Performance at Fresh AIR Exhibition 2020

    Live performance of original ambient music for outdoor yoga during the Fresh AIR Exhibition in The Merriweather District 2020.
  • Amy Reid- Future Canopies Mix by Grl Pwr USA

    Future Canopies is a mix of original tracks created by Amy Reid and her collaborations of 2020. These tracks were part of a sound installation at The Merriweather District Fresh AIR Exhibition 2020.

Immortal Voices

Artists Amy Reid and Pangelica take you on a time-traveling experience to give a literal voice to two women represented in the Walters Art Museum’s collection. Amy conjures the spirit of the goddess Amphitrite depicted in a gold-accented sculpture designed by Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercié. Pangelica invokes the women entombed in the mummy depicted in the Mummy and Painted Cartonnage of an Unknown Woman composed of layers of linen and plaster. Their spectral Art Sound Now performance, Immortal Voices focuses on themes of healing and destruction through ambient sound and performance. Art Sound Now highlights our commitment to supporting local artists and exploring new perspectives on the collection.

The collaborative soundscape and video Immortal Voices, by Amy Reid and Pangelica, begins with what sounds like a siren beckoning you toward something beautiful and unknown. A woman sings a single clear note that is then manipulated and stretched and delayed until it folds over itself. One woman singing becomes many women singing, a chorus crashing against the waves. An undercurrent of arpeggios bubble and build towards new heights.

Tied together under a single name, Immortal Voices is divided distinctly into two parts—the first by Reid, the second by Pangelica. “We both had an opportunity to explore our own individual pieces, come together to discuss our ideas, and find creative ways to connect them together,” Reid says.

Both Pangelica and Reid were attracted to the marginalization of their subjects. Amphitrite was tasked with calming her husband’s rages, and her story exists in his shadow. “It made me think of women’s role as nurturers and mothers,” Reid says. “Sometimes we do it as a labor of love… and then sometimes it’s placed on us.”

  • Video Still

    Image of seashells and candles on an alter dedicated to Amphritrite
    Still from "Immortal Voices"
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    Image of rocks on an alter and rocks in flowing water.
    Still from "Immortal Voices." Rocks on an alter dedicated to Amphritrite are shown next to rocks in flowing water signifying the passage of time, water connecting lifeforms, and two events happening at once.
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    Image of a mermaid candle burning as an offering to Amphritrite
    A pink mermaid candle burns as part of a larger alter dedicated to goddess queen of the sea Amphritrite.
  • Video Still

    Image of a candle burning paired with a flowing river.
    While a candle burns on an alter in remembrance of Amphritrite, water flows. The loop of time is endless and the voices of those that are no longer with us live on forever.
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    Image of the alter dedicated to Amhritrite.
    Video still showing a more expansive view of the alter dedicated to Amphritrite. Rocks, sea glass, sea shells and candles surround a mermaid figure while deep sea voices create a symphonic remembrance of the goddess and mother of the sea.
  • Art Sound Now: Immortal Voices with Amy Reid and Pangelica | The Walters Art Museum

    This collaborative video was created for the Walters Art Museum's series ART/ SOUND/ NOW. GRL PWR founders Amy Reid and Pangelica both created an original video and sound piece that responds to a piece of art located at the Walters.
  • Immortal Voices Press

    GRL PWR Interview regarding "Immortal Voices" for Bmore Art 2020.

    PDF icon Immortal Voices Press

Isolated Bliss

The path to creating Isolated Bliss, Reid’s debut for Atlantic Rhythms, is one that took her out to sea. Between June and October of  2019, she relocated to Monhegan, a remote island off the coast of Maine, only accessible by boat. It’s there that these tracks came to life. 

On Isolated Bliss, Amy Reid stops time and space, transporting listeners to a place existing somewhere between reality and a distant world. Each track is a kaleidoscope of rich textures, soft beats, cascading synths, and natural sounds that showcases Reid’s sharp sonic instincts and musical aura. Together, Isolated Bliss is a meditative flow of sounds and feelings that oscillates between soothing rhythms and otherworldly ambience. 

But there’s a heavy dose of naturalism that seasons Isolated Bliss that offer healing vibes. “I've always wanted to incorporate field recordings into my work instead of using found samples in order to really capture a sonic landscape of a specific place,” Reid explains. While living on Monhegan, hiking became a big part of her daily routine, providing the opportunity to record a range of field recordings—animals, birds, plant life in the forest, water. “I love what happens when combining natural with synthesized sounds; the natural sounds act as an access point to a physical place while electronic sounds take a listener to an emotional or metaphysical space,” she says. “I wanted each song to exist in both of these realms communicating a sense of place and feeling.”

HIRSUTE

Hirsute​ was Reid’s solo debut and was recognized for its vulnerable lyrics and lush soundscapes gaining acclaim on local and national platforms. Hirsute​ was named “Best Solo Debut” of 2017 by local newspaper City Paper, received radio play on WTMD, and sold out two different live performances of the project at The Crown and The Ottobar in Baltimore, Maryland.

“These songs felt very personal but, still relatable and emotive, [​Hirsute]​ is a reflection of organic, very human experiences getting tangled with outside factors out of one’s control... These sonic explorations embody experiencing chaos balanced with love and tender moments. Anxiety and serenity.

Amy Reid opens up the album ​Hirsute​ like a grand entry way into an electronic temple of meditation & reflection that reverberates like those spaces between awakened life & the pull of the unconscious from the dream world. Ideas of affection & attraction defy the gender normative nomenclatures & roles that find Reid transcending all in a levitating arrangement that expresses endearment through ambient electronic ebbs & tides of the electric oceanic currents & cycles set by solar & lunar interplays.”

  • Hirsute Performances

    Footage from Hirsute Album Release at The Crown and a performance at Ottobar supporting Flock of Dimes. Music writer and performed by Amy Reid Projections by Johnny Rogers
  • Only Tonight - Amy Reid

    Video for "Only Tonight" filmed and edited by Corey Hughes. Premiere: https://www.splicetoday.com/music/premiere-amy-reid-only-tonight
  • Threshold - Amy Reid

    Opening track of Hirsute. Video Filmed, Directed and Edited by Emily Eagling. Dancer- Talbolt Johnson https://www.tinymixtapes.com/chocolate-grinder/watch-amy-reid-threshold
  • Your Man

    Track 2, Hirsute.
  • Like Laughter

    Track 3, Hirsute
  • Redmoon

    Track 5, Hirsute.
  • Tornado

    Track 6, Hirsute
  • Lavender Blue

    Track 7, Hirsute.
  • Saturate

    Track 8, Hirsute.
  • Knife

    Closing Track, Hirsute.

Performance at The Medicine Show 2018

The Medicine Show fosters collaborations between storytellers and social innovators and aims to build movements around the people and ideas shaping the future of our communities. The Medicine Show’s signature format pairs selected social innovators - activists, non profits, and purpose-led small businesses with a curated group of storytellers such as visual artists, spoken word artists, musicians, performance artists, and more.

The Medicine Show is a storytelling project for social change. This is the story of social innovator Liliane Makole of Mera Kitchen Collective as told by musician Amy Reid.

Mera Kitchen Collective
"Food brings people together, no matter where you are from. It’s a ritual, we gather with our friends and family around the table, not only feeding our bodies but feeding our souls, connecting with people we care about.  Mera Kitchen Collective is a community-driven, food business and we’re building a worker cooperative. We focus on the empowerment of chefs from around the world by celebrating our skills and talents in the kitchen, highlighting the value newcomers bring to the fabric of our society. 

We love Baltimore. We also recognize that policies and systems can create structural barriers that make it harder for some individuals to gain access to resources and opportunities -- and easier for others. Our goal as a collective is to amplify our chefs skills and talents. Why 'Mera Kitchen'? We chose the name Mera Kitchen because it contains the Greek word meraki, which has no direct English translation. Both a verb and an adverb, it connotes that when someone is doing an activity — like cooking — with so much care, devotion, and attention to the task at hand, that they leave a piece of themselves in it. In a world where our attention is often divided, we believe that there is immeasurable beauty and  power in the collective act of creating and sharing food made with love. Mera Kitchen Collective hosts pop-up events, and we offer catering services and cooking classes throughout Baltimore City. Mera's chefs come from all over the world; many are here seeking refuge, eager to put skills back to use to re-establish an independent, sustainable livelihood. We hope to connect you with our chefs and our chefs with their local community. Mera Kitchen Collective is a building a worker cooperative - we participate democratically as we build our business together. This allows for each of us to only strengthen culinary expertise and have a voice in the operations. We hope to use the cooperative model as a successful tool for wealth generation and fostering empowerment. We find that people often assume that Mera Kitchen Collective is a non-profit, and we’re often correcting them.* We explain that our goal is, and has always been, to build a thriving for-profit worker-cooperative, where the members have a share in the ownership and profits of the business. In that respect, we want to make sure we are very clear on a few things about the ownership of Mera. When we started, we hoped and assumed it would be very easy to have multiple owners. We quickly learned otherwise. Nothing is easy, especially not for a group of people new to creating and running their own businesses.  Since our inception, we have been working with the Baltimore Roundtable for Economic Democracy, who has provided us with technical assistance on how to build a democratic business, and connected us with lawyers and accountants who do the same.  Due to many systemic issues, we learned that it would be impossible for some to be owners, and potentially detrimental to others. We hope that policies in our country change to make this easier. But right now, we’re acting with the most caution and care. At present, Mera Kitchen Collective is legally owned by Emily Lerman, a White woman from the United States. She is the legal owner for the reasons mentioned above, as we continue to understand exactly what the implications of ownership look like for different individuals.  We have always put the specific needs of people first, which is why this process has taken longer than we initially hoped. Despite this, we have always been able to run our business democratically, creating structure where everyone can participate in the decision making, and so far we’re really excited to see how it’s helped us to develop and grow."

Proteus Light City 2017

Proteus is an evolving LED installation experience housed within a 20 ft shipping container designed to echo the winding crossroads and corridors that make up Waverly and connect its people. The structure features a sound reactive light show driven by the built in soundscapes by Waverly musician Amy Reid and the direct interaction from viewers as they move throughout the structure. 

ART/ SOUND/ NOW 2015

ART/SOUND/NOW is a live music series in which performers use sound to create a new context for viewing the galleries of the Walters Art Museum. For this program, Amy Reid will use her music to explore the processes of destruction and preservation in the Museum’s galleries of Ancient Near Eastern art.
Projections by Jose Andres Rosero-Curet

  • ArtSoundNow

    ART/SOUND/NOW is a live music series in which performers use sound to create a new context for viewing the galleries of the museum. For this program, Amy Reid will use her music to explore the processes of destruction and preservation in the Museum’s galleries of Ancient Near Eastern art. Projections by Jose Andres Rosero-Curet.
  • Walters Art Museum Performance

    projected imagery on relics
    Artist Jose Rosero projection mapped imagery onto relics within the Ancient Near East gallery located in the Walters Art Museum while Reid performed an hour long electronic piece. Inspired by the theme of complicated relationships between the US and the Middle East and the US's role in destruction, Reid created a harsh soundscape triggering paired imagery of shattered glass created by Rosero and responding in real time.
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    projections on relics in a museum
    Artist Jose Rosero projection mapped imagery onto relics within the Ancient Near East gallery within the Walters Art Museum while Reid performed an hour long electronic piece. Inspired by the theme of complicated relationships between the US and the Middle East and the US's role in destruction, Reid created a harsh soundscape triggering paired imagery of shattered glass created by Rosero and responding in real time.
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    Reid and Rosero performing for Art/Sound/Now at the Walters Art Museum.