“ABYECTO,” meaning heinous, hideous, or even abject, is the name of a piece that ironically has none of those attributes. . . .
exhibition: Eric GOLDEMBERG with MONAD Studio (Eric GOLDEMBERG & Veronica ZALCBERG) and Florida International University, “ABYECTO.”
7.00 p.m. (reception & performance) / Main Gallery
FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Designed and fabricated at FIU as a collaboration between students and faculty members in architecture and music to be a membrane that accommodates two newly designed guitars that sport single strings and other innovations, the piece seems to be more about an integrated visual voluptuousness that we might imagine to dissolve into dystopic fragments of sound, skin, and senses.
Additional credits and links:
“ABYECTO,” An Eric Goldemberg Design by MONAD Studio (Eric Goldemberg & Veronica Zalcberg) with FIU M.Arch students. Special thanks to Johnathan Gioello. Sound by Jacob Sudol, FIU School of Music and Scott F. Hall.