CSUF News Service
Deafness-Based Exhibition at Grand Central Art Center
September 3, 2014
"LOUD silence" debuts Saturday, Sept. 6, at Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana. Curated by Amanda Cachia, the exhibition invites audiences to consider the meaning of sound, voice and perceptions of silence through the works of four artists who have different relationships with deafness: Darrin Martin, Shary Boyle, Christine Sun Kim and Alison O'Daniel.
Through the artists' own experiences, their artwork — prints, drawings, videos, audio works, film installations and other pieces — seeks to deflate the myth that deaf people know little or nothing about sound. The Saturday opening begins with O'Daniel talking about her work at 6 p.m., followed by a reception. Both are open to the public.
The exhibition continues through Dec. 6. For additional information, visit the Grand Central Art Center website or call 714-567-7233.