Janette Toral

A different sound at Reverb exhibit of Lopez Museum

In Home on September 21, 2011 at 9:22 pm


Made a quick stop at Lopez Museum yesterday to have a glimpse of the Reverb sound art exhibit at Lopez Museum. Same as the past exhibits, Lopez Museum did a great job in presenting this sight and sound collection from artists such as Eric Ambata, Kawayan de Guia, Tad Ermitaño, IC Jaucian, Diokno Pasilan, Ronald Tomas, the collaborative, E.X.I.S.T. (Experimentation in Sound Art Tradition), and UP College of Music ethnomusicologist Dr. Christine Muyco.

The combination of sounds coming from several installations brings a whole new experience to my ears. I enjoy sound art shows but putting them together in a museum format is taking it a new level.

The installations gave a different meaning, more than just a group of people playing their sound art in a show. It also aims to make more people appreciate sound art and what it is all about.

This exhibit is also part of the Zero In Open Call art festival.


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