Six Inversions

Marina Rosenfeld

April 5, 2013 – May 31, 2013

Marina Rosenfeld is a sound artist whose hybrid visual-musical works have been at the forefront of the redefinition of musical practice within the field of contemporary art since the ’90s.

Marina Rosenfeld is a sound artist whose hybrid visual-musical works have been at the forefront of the redefinition of musical practice within the field of contemporary art since the ’90s. Her performances, sound installations and objects, including lenticular photographs produced in tandem with vinyl LP compositions, and custom loudspeakers deployed in public and often monumental spaces, have worked to recast social and sculptural relations as musical, blurring the line demarcating the improvised or incidental from the composed.

Marina Rosenfeld has been commissioned by major institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York and has been included in two Whitney Biennial exhibitions. Rosenfeld received a BA from Harvard University and an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. She currently teaches in the MFA program at Bard College.

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Exhibition Sponsors

Exhbition sponsors: The FUNd @CACF and Crutchfield, with additional support from Sandra Higgins, the Fifth Annual Men's Benefit Dinner, and Two Anonymous Gentlemen.