On Thursday, February 3rd, Future Archaeology presents Ohm, an experiment in sound, drawing, and human conductivity. A graphite drawing filling the gallery wall diagrams the hexagonal, layered structure of carbon in its graphite form. This wall drawing becomes a network capable of conducting an electrical current. Out of this network emerges an evolving sound environment, and an opportunity to explore the conductivity and resistance of human touch.
Opening & performance: February 3rd, 8-11 pm
Weekend gallery hours: Saturday Feb 5th & Sunday Feb 6th, 1-6 pm