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A scene from Maria Hupfield and Tusia Dabrowska's performance last week in #StudioViews. This is the last weekend that Hupfield will be working in her gallery situated studio—don't miss her!

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A detail shot of @eljayroberts' installation in #StudioViews Cycle 1. Photo by Talisman Brolin. #van #vanlife #textile #yarn

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#StudioViews Cycle 2 artists Xenobia Bailey (@xenba_xenba) and Maria Hupfield (@mariahupfield) create large-scale, immersive, and community engaged installations that challenged and expand the boundaries of traditional craft-practice live in MAD’s third floor galleries. #StudioViews aims to offer visitors a more in-depth, personal, and behind-the-scenes look at the ways contemporary artist (and their predecessors) have used craft techniques to engage in critical conversations about identity, creative practice, and the effects of historical influence on increasingly hard to categorize forms of artistic expression. View the artists’ work before Cycle 2 ends on December 17! #craft #XenobiaBailey #MariaHupfield

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Can you imagine this #ceramic and #glass vessel making music? This Sunday, Julianne Swartz and vocalist Ali Dineen will give a 45-minute performance activating Sine Body, Swartz’s installation of sound-generating #ceramic and #glass vessels included in #SonicArcade. Tickets at the link in our bio. #SonicArcade #sounds #performance #dance #concert

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#StudioViews Cycle 2 artist Maria Hupfield (@mariahupfield) produces #sculptural objects for performances, videos, and installations. Hupfield, a member of the Anishinaabe Nation, roots her practice in the #activism and ideas of #intersectional and #indigenous #feminisms. Transforming everyday materials collected from her surroundings, Hupfield creates immersive and ever-evolving atmospheres for experience. Visit her in the galleries of #StudioViews! #identity #feminism #multimedia #craft. Photo by @nyceventphotography

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Tomorrow evening at 7 pm, join @atplayatmad artist-in-residence @steven_reker_ and @thisismattevans as they perform using an array of amps collected from friends and collaborators. Free with pay what you wish admission; more information at the link our profile! #SonicArcade #MuseumSounds #amp #ampdance #dance


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Thanks for visiting #TheWorldIsSound with us! Be sure to check our @rubinmuseum’s visit to #SonicArcade. Interested in visiting these shows in person? Mention #MuseumSounds all December long for special discounts at MAD, @cooperhewitt, @smithsoniannmai, and @rubinmuseum. Check out museumsounds.nyc to learn more! #MuseumSounds #MuseumInstaSwapSound #TheWorldIsSound


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@rubinmuseum’s staircase becomes part of #TheWorldIsSound through “Le Corps Sonore (Sound Body),” 2017, by Éliane Radigue with Laetitia Sonami and Bob Bielecki. This sound piece floats around and all the way up the staircase, following visitors through all floors of the museum. #MuseumSounds #MuseumInstaSwapSound #TheWorldIsSound

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Earlier this year, @rubinmuseum visitors recorded themselves chanting the sacred syllable OM in the Museum’s OM Lab exhibition. In a moving sensory experience, these thousands of voices can now be heard in this room of #TheWorldIsSound. OM has many meanings, but symbolizes ultimate truth. #om #MuseumSounds #MuseumInstaSwapSound #TheWorldIsSound

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For “the sound of creation, the sound of infinity,” the artist C. Spencer Yeh asked artists including MSHR (the duo of Birch Cooper and Brenna Murphy) and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (@kirlianauras), to answer questions about the creation of sound through recordings. We were excited by how the sound creations of both these artists, whose work is on view in #SonicArcade, reminded us of their work for MAD. #MuseumSounds #MuseumInstaSwapSound #TheWorldIsSound

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While watching a subtitled movie with particularly detailed captions, artist Christine Sun Kim (who was born deaf) found herself considering: How do you caption an emotion, or something we don’t think of as having a sound? The musing inspired this series that casts the sounds of abstract ideas and concepts as drawings of musical notations. #MuseumSounds #MuseumInstaSwapSound #TheWorldIsSound

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#Sound is having a moment in #NYC museums! Follow the hashtag #MuseumInstaSwapSound and #MuseumSounds today to find highlights from sound exhibitions at four different museums. We’ll be posting sights from #TheWorldIsSound @rubinmuseum; follow their account for glimpses of #SonicArcade at MAD! The first thing that caught our eye? These bright and powerful posters by artist John Giorno, whose work considers the possibility and power of voice, and how voices reflect our position in and perception of the world. #JohnGiorno

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