Maryanne Amacher was an avant-garde composer known for her ambitious sound installations. Amacher was fond of site specificity, and would often go to great lengths in sculpting her (generally overwhelming) sound to suit and take advantage of the character presented by a given location. In one instance, she inhabited an entire Victorian home with site-specific sculpture and sound. She first presented work at The Kitchen in March of 1972 (Eye Sleep--Ear Breath) and continued her involvement through the late 80's. For more information, please visit:

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