No Sharps, No flats, a group show that uses parts of retro music equipment, is currently showing at the Transformer Gallery in Washington D.C.
Nice write-up from Hyperallergic:
The installation is slightly daunting upon first sight. With its disemboweled boom boxes, it’s chaotic and electrically grotesque. A wooden structure with spindly legs, arranged in a rough circle, supports the tape decks and their entangled web of wires. The arrangement looks almost like a trap that’s been set in the middle of the gallery. It sits, silently waiting for you in anticipation to activate it.
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