The Code of Contingency exhibit charts the effects of piracy and peer-to-peer culture on digital consumerism and looks at how using sound in new ways can turn it into a productive medium for education.

Code of Contingency is a new exhibit curated by Lisa Baldini and Sarah Jury at 319 Scholes, a gallery space in Bushwick, Brooklyn whose exhibits explore the relationships between individuals and their modern, often technological, surroundings.

In this upcoming exhibit, artists will show their work as well as host workshops urging participation and exploration. The concept behind Code of Contingency sees sound as an accessible medium that can be easily reprogrammed, biologically as well as digitally, or captured and repurposed across various environments.

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