Liz Glynn's sprawling installation — spread across 30,000 square feet — begins with a sequence of three "analog caves" that hearken back to basic sensory experiences. The second structure, SOUND, features listening stations with a turntable, vinyl records, and a cassette player and tapes, playing recordings made without digital processing.


  • Title: SOUND CAVE (full spectrum)
  • Creator: Liz Glynn
  • Date Created: 2017
  • Physical Location: North Adams, Massachusetes
  • Medium: Analog vinyl record pressed from tape recording, Untitled Record Cabinet (plywood with dye stain and Danish oil, felt, audio components), Time Capsule (Past/Future 2017) (plywood with dye stain and Danish oil, audio cassettes, tape cassette player), reclaimed forklift pallets with steel

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