Higher Resonance, Jennie C Jones
The ambient noise in the studio, mostly muffled traffic rumblings from the nearby Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, resonated gently off the surface of her works. Between panels, the reverberation grew harsher, only to soften again at the next panel. It was an exquisite, improvised lesson in sensory perception. “Resonance can be low-voltage, too, a quiet hum,” she said.
Jennie C Jones, Bass Traps with False Tones, 2013. Refurbished acoustic bass absorbers (wood, fiberglass, mineral wool filling, acrylic paint and fabric