and Vision" builds on experimental composer John Cage's 1969 publication
of nontraditional notations that moved beyond specific notes positioned
includes audio interpretations and staged performances from selections
of Cage's book 'Notations,'" said Stewart. "Notations" included
over 150 artists who employed visual elements in hand painting,
pencil and collage to convey suggestions for musical sounds.
A compact disc
catalogue, which includes interpretations of graphic scores never
before recorded, accompanies the programs associated with the exhibition.
The opening reception includes performances by Cube, Eric Anderson,
Alison Knowles and Paul Panhuysen.
runs from Feb. 14 through March 10. Gallery hours are Tuesday
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Direct
exhibit questions to Gallery
400, (312) 996-6114.