In honor of the centennial of John Cage’s birth with the support of a Project Grant from the City of Tempe, my colleague Jim White and I organized an exhibition. During the month of December, ASU’s Night Gallery will be full of artworks that create sounds, respond to sounds, provoke thought about sound and manipulate the sonic environment. Kinetic sculptures, sound-responsive electronic installations and video art will fill the gallery with the Activity of Sound. Eight of the artists in the exhibition are associated with ASU: Associate Professor Barry Moon, Associate Professor Hilary Harp, Associate Professor and Interim Director of the School of Arts Media and Engineering, Garth Paine, Professor Muriel Magenta, PhD candidate Byron Lahey, PhD candidate Tatyana Koziupa, and alumni Laurie Lundquist and Tim Hogan. Also featured are Canadian artist Reva Stone and a collaborative project by Pittsburgh artists Scott Andrew, Harrison Apple, Stephanie Ross and Suzie Silver and Swiss artist Tobias Madison. You can learn more about the exhibition here.