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INDUCTION: Tauba Auerbach and Éliane Radigue

The first in a unique invitational format that explores artistic relationships and influences, INDUCTION is a two-person exhibition that features new paintings, videos, and glass sculpture by New York based artist Tauba Auerbach (1981, San Francisco, CA) alongside an early sound installation by Paris-based composer Éliane Radigue (1932, Paris, France).

Developed in collaboration, INDUCTION, explores the potential of form and rhythm to induce altered states of consciousness, and focuses on Auerbach and Radigue’s shared interests, including Eastern philosophies and phenomenology. Radigue’s composition, OMNHT (1970), is designed for installation in collaboration with sound engineer Bob Bielecki and activates the gallery’s architecture — the work is intended to be felt against its walls, as much as heard throughout the space. Presented for the first time in Galerie Rive Droit in 1970, this work has been shown only one other time, and never in the United States.

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