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Opening Celebration for "Ann Hamilton: the common S E N S E"

Saturday, October 11, 2014, 11:00 - 8:00 PM
Museum-wide
FREE for members, students, UW faculty/staff, and children under 13
$6 for seniors
$10 for general public

Image 1 / 4: Unknown photographer. Portrait of Inger Wangness.

Image 2 / 4: New-York: Samuel Wood & Sons. The Young Child's A, B, C; or, First Book.

Image 3 / 4: Ann Hamilton.

Image 4 / 4: Ann Hamilton.

Please join us for the opening of the common S E N S E, a museum-wide exhibition by internationally renowned artist Ann Hamilton.

Come for any or all of the day and join the artist for the unfolding of this multi-part project. Immerse yourself in a gallery filled with low-frequency vibrations created by instruments inspired by ancient bullroarers, and assemble your own book of texts and images on the topic of touch.

Throughout the galleries, reader/scribes will read out loud in an intimate address to the images and materials of animals on display. Members of the UW Chorale will join the serenade as they sing an incantation to the animals individually and in small groups at intermittent times during the day.

Light refreshments will be served.

To purchase tickets or reserve your admission in advance, click HERE

For more information about the exhibition, please click here.

This event is open to the general public.

Featured artists: Ann Hamilton
Image 1: Unknown photographer. Portrait of Inger Wangness. c. 1914. Collodion printing-out paper print Henry Art Gallery, gift of Inger Mathews, 84.2-28 A
Image 2: New-York: Samuel Wood & Sons. The Young Child's A, B, C; or, First Book. 1818. Historical Children's Literature Collection, University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Image 3: Ann Hamilton. 2014. Digital scan of specimens from University of Washington’s Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture Mammal Collection Courtesy of the artist.
Image 4: Ann Hamilton. 2014. Process image: working with objects in the collection of the Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Courtesy of the artist