Sound art often seems like video art’s poor relation in museums, but is its struggle for status starting to pay off?
The artist’s haunting sound sculptures and paintings address the absent figures who inspired them
Robert Barry is a freelance writer and composer based in London. He is the author of ‘The Music of the Future’ (Repeater Books)
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