an interactive installation by Robin Hill with Samuel Nichols
visible storage cabinet, ink jet prints, recorded sound, house paint
The artist Robin Hill has retrofitted this steel one-piece cabinet, safely stacked two high. Its sturdy, welded construction houses Hill’s photographic images of 29 ears organized in bar lug pockets, with 1/4" visible margins, which index important visual and audible information for immediate reference. The viewer is invited to browse the files. By opening the drawers, sounds associated with the subjects whose ears appear are triggered and layered upon a sonic backdrop, created by composer Sam Nichols. The visible margins are permanently protected by a non-glare vinyl tip. Bar lug pockets may be removed or rearranged more easily than in any other system. Steel dividers create a separate compartment for each slide. Key lock is standard on all units. Available in Pearl Gray, Heather Beige, Gray-Rite and Black.
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