Baik Art is pleased to present Michael Brewster: Frequency, an exhibition featuring works and ephemera by the late artist, Michael Brewster.
This installation largely reflects works produced early-on and late in Brewster’s career with reference to a group show at F-Space gallery in 1971 and a subsequent solo show at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions in 2002. Reflecting on the artist’s lifelong examination of sound and space, Frequency, pairs five works with various hand-drawn schematics, and archival materials to illustrate Brewster’s methodical practice, and his lasting contributions to Southern California’s artistic canon.
Michael Brewster was an American artist who originated the term “acoustic sculpture,” which he coined in 1970 to describe his life-long investigation into making sculpture with sound.
For the past 40 years, Michael Brewster pushed the perceptual boundaries of the sculptural experience.
Throughout his career, he advocated the notion that sculpture is an inner as well as a visceral awareness that evokes sensations in mind and body.