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Finnbogi Pétursson opens Infra-Supra in Western Gallery

The exhibition Infra-Supra by Finnbogi Pétursson opens today in Western Gallery, WA. The exhibition consists of Finnbogi Pétursson’s large scale sound-modulated water installation Infra-Supra which has been exhibited in various formats in different venues over the past few years including Wood Street Galleries in Pittsburgh (2014) and Art Wuzhen in Wuchen, China (2016).

„In Infra-Supra, Finnbogi Pétursson uses sound waves to create patterns of intersecting ripples on the surface of a large pool of water. With the aid of strategically placed lighting, the pulsing wave patterns are projected onto a wall in the form of animated dance of shadows.“

Western Gallery is located in Western Washington University. For more information on the exhibition and how to get there, please visit the website of Western Gallery.


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