There is currently an installation, Fear, she is the mother of violence, on LEA1 by Livio Korobase. As is usually the case when it comes to this artist, there is no opening date; the installation is a work in progress and will close at the end of December. This work consists of a sim-sized space, the ground covered in a blackboard-like texture covered with scratches and partially with black and red text. Scattered throughout are groups of objects; clusters of people, statues, and a large TV. The TV displays, just as does the text on the ground, messages about violence and fear. Livio notes about his exhibit that I wanted to build a field of fears, where people can listen to little audio talks of people talking about fears, personal fears, anything related to fear. Livio will install invisible sound emitters and visitors will hear recorded voices talking about fears as they walk through the exhibit. He invites every one who is interested to submit a 10-second-long audio file about personal fears (the fears can be about anything). The audio will be anonymous. If interested in submitting your voice sample, please email an audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photograph by Kate Bergdorf