While in the Boston area as Harvard University's Schusterman Visiting Artist, sound artist and experimental composer Amnon Wolman visits New England Conservatory for this colloquium covering his most recent works.
"Over the last years I’ve been attempting to decipher the difference between time-information recognized through sounds on the one hand, and time-information provided by visuals on the other hand. The presentation will include recent pieces that were created as part of this excavation, and the theory behind them."
Amnon Wolman's work is grounded in a belief that music as an art form expresses many dissimilar ideas of beauty. He works in four arenas: sound art, performance sound-art, composition and collaborative projects. His interest and involvement in technology and in issues of time-information guide his work alongside long-standing interests in the creative process, the relationship between a performer and the artist, and collaborations.