Tremolo: Opening May 11th at RWFA
RWFA is pleased to present the group exhibition, Tremolo, featuring works by ten artists employing widely varied mediums, which include neon, video, photography and painting. Curated by the painter Carolanna Parlato, the show’s concept centers on the tremulous effects found in each artist’s work. The term 'tremolo' refers to the vibrating effect produced on musical instruments when there is a rapid alternation of one or two musical tones. It can also refer to a nervous or involuntary quiver or thrill in the human voice. Through their visual experiments with vibration and glitch, repetition and movement, open interval and colored note, each artist has constructed hybrid forms that respond to the technological world we live in. The artworks chosen stem from divergent impulses, methods and poetics, welcoming an open-ended process of looking and relating.