Recorded Tuesday, December 2, 2008, 6 pm.
In this artist talk, Joseph Grigely discusses historical issues related to the visual representation of conversation. Grigely’s works probe the idiosyncrasies of everyday communication and explore how sound can be visually rendered. Grigley was ill during the talk and had to stop. He asked friend and artist Stephanie Brooks, who was in the audience, to deliver most of the talk for him.