Stephen Vitiello is a sound and media artist whose sound installations have been presented internationally both in public spaces and museums. Among his recent projects are A Bell for Every Minute, a site-specific project commissioned by Creative Time for the High Line in New York (2010), and included in the Museum of Modern Arts exhibition Soundings: A Contemporary Score (2013). Vitiello has collaborated extensively, working with such artists as Tony Oursler, Julie Mehretu, Joan Jonas, Steve Roden, Nam June Paik and Ryuichi Sakamoto. Originally from New York, he is now based in Richmond, Virginia where he is where is a professor in the department of Kinetic Imaging at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Titled after Marcel Duchamps readymade of a ball of string containing a mysterious sound-making object hidden in its folds, With Hidden Noise brings together evocative sounds, some recognizable from traditional instruments and field recordings, and others masked through electronic processes.read more »
Exploring the fusion of vision and sound in electronic media, What Sound Does a Color Make? connects the recent boom of digital audiovisual art to its pre-digital roots.read more »
USF Contemporary Art Museum Lee & Victor Leavengood Gallery + Genevieve Lykes Dimmitt Lobby Gallery June 5 July 25, 2015 Listening Program June 12, 2015 7PM With Stephen Vitiello In conjunction with the exhibition With Hidden Noise, the USF Contemporary Art Museum will host a listening program with the exhibition’s curator and participating artist […]read more »
Saturday, May 10, 2014 Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Ave, New York 7:30PM Introduction and screening of New Music: Sounds and Voices from the Avant-Garde Conversation between Stephen Vitiello and Alvin Lucier and screening of re: Soundings In 2011, ICI invited Stephen Vitiello to guest curate the traveling sound exhibition With Hidden Noise, which includes […]read more »