Echoes: Sight, Sound, Touch is a collaboration between Eric Von Haynes/Flatlands Press and Lisa Armstrong. A call-and-response between the artists, the work tracks growth and healing over time. The installation explores the forms of sound, light, and print in the reconstruction of memories.

An Exploration in Slow media, images that evoke memories are distilled and sequenced for projections in space. The artists interlaced tones from plant biofeedback, as well as field recordings, to create a layered soundscape resonating with the floating images.

Handmade seed paper is an offering to participants during the exhibit to take and grow at home. Documenting changes over time in plant matter, the work asks, how are memories stored in the mundane? How do we grow and heal over time? And what are the memory markers that help us construct meaning?

Thank you to the Graphic Design Program at CalArts for providing funding for this project through the Alumnx Seed Grant. 






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© Lisa Glenn Armstrong ︎ 2021