Presenting the museum's first large-scale group exhibition centered on the role of sound in contemporary art. Focusing on the perceptual experience of space, the exhibition offers opportunities for discovering public architectural features and galleries throughout the newly expanded building. Spanning sculpture, audio and video installation, and performance pieces made since 2000, the show takes its point of departure from key works in the media arts collection.
SFMOMA’s first large-scale group exhibition focused on the role of sound in contemporary art revisits key commissions from Brian Eno and Bill Fontana, as well as new works by more than 20 contemporary artists, including Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, O Grivo and Susan Philipsz. An online catalog and a map round out this immersive experience.