Jeremy Quinn

Jeremy J. Quinn

Jeremy is a multidisciplinary artist and architect working in installation, video, sound, sculpture, printmaking, photography, and environmental graphics. He founded the arts collaborative Rise Industries along with Michele Jaquis in 1999, through which they have embarked on many collaborative projects. His own recent artwork has focused on examining landscape through sound, video and installation. Jeremy received a Master of Architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture, and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Hartford, where he studied architecture and sculpture.

Artist Location: Los Angeles, CA

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On-site Event June 4th

The Intangible Crowd
The Intangible Crowd is a field of sound in a rectangular shape, which can be located either in a somewhat remote location on the site – at a wooded area or at the tunnel – bounded by 4 PA speakers on stands. Alternatively it can be located in its own room and enclosed. The speakers will play the sound of a large crowd, filling the area with the dense, white noise-like, chatter of a large group of people. The volume level will be loud enough that your own conversation is lost in the crowd, and that you can feel the sound in in your chest. The goal is to give the listener the feeling of being in the midst of a dense crowd – a feeling many of us have not experienced in over two years – but at the same time alone and isolated with no one in sight that could be the source. Elements of clear dialogue surface from time to time, but the listener would struggle to follow any particular sound in the noise. The audio is sourced from a combination of layered stock recordings and my own field recordings. The audio plays on an endless loop for the duration of the event.

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