Whether experienced as a positive source of inspiration, an enigmatic force, or an unsettling limbo zone, silence has become scarce in today’s media-saturated world. Inspired by John Cage’s groundbreaking musical composition 4’33”, and the one-hundredth anniversary of the composer’s birth, Silence considers the absence of sound as both subject and medium in contemporary art and film.
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