2017 | NYC | Artist
A fleeting reproduction. To drink or not to drink, 2016 concrete, aluminium, vaseline, water, porcelain, tape machine - 200 x 90 x 60 cm
Swedish-Australian artist Owen Armour works at the tense edge of sound and sculpture with as starting point the visualization and physicality of sound and how material objects – human or non-human affect the soundscapes that surrounds us. He welds these mediums into an indistinguishable third mode. Armour is interested in subtle acoustics changes in space, both real and imaginary. He also experiments with pressure as he uses his body to mold materials like concrete, ceramics and metal. “All vibrating – none silent.”
Recent exhibitions include: 2016, Vermilion Sands, “ The Appel-Haken Proof”, Copenhagen; 2015 Sejerø Festival, Fynboe, DK; 2015, Halifax Independent Filmmakers Festival, Canada; New Jörg, Vienna; Officin, Copenhagen; 2014, “Dumb Hole”, Vienna, Austria; ReMap 4, Athens; The Lot, Antechamber, Copenhagen; peinture et sculpture, Copenhagen; Open Source, Brooklyn. Armour was in residency at ISCP New York, Artspace Sydney, CPH AIR, Copenhagen and Banff Centre, Canada.
Support: Owen Armour's residency is made possible with support from Statens Kunstfond, Denmark (Danish Arts Foundation).