|Students interacting with Margaret Noble's sound art installation “Material Shrine for a New Class,” photo courtesy South Puget Sound Community College|
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Margaret Noble’s sound art at South Puget Sound Community College
Originally published in the Weekly Volcano, Sept. 22 and posted online at olyarts.com.
South Puget Sound Community College gallery director Nathan Barnes said noted that Margaret Noble’s exhibition, Resonating Objects, begs the question “what is art?”. Is it just painting and sculpture? What about sound, movement, light? What are the boundaries between visual art and the performing arts? There are no easy answers, but Noble’s exhibition certainly raises the questions.
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