8. October –
27. November 2010
The exhibition Sound Pieces by Jack Goldstein shows altogether 23 sound works. Parallel to his films, Goldstein has produced sound works since 1976, which are of central importance to his early works. As starting point, Goldstein uses mostly found footage for his record albums. A lot of the recordings were ideas Goldstein wanted to integrate into his movies or to adapt. Titles such as “A Faster Run,” “The German Shepherd,” “A Swim Against the Tide,” “The Burning Forest,” “The Dying Wind,” “The Lost Ocean Liner,” “The Tornado,” “Three Felled Trees,” and “Two Westling Cats” correspond simply to the recorded noises.