The C.X. Silver Gallery, on Western Avenue in Brattleboro, is home to one-of-a-kind art from ancient and modern times, the best dim sum in Vermont, and, for the past several years, the work of Nye Ffarrabas, an internationally-exhibited artist whose career began in the avant-garde movements of the 1960s and 70s. Nye (formerly Bici Forbes Hendricks) has had her work in The Museum of Modern Art, Walker Art Center and The Getty Research Center, among other places. Starting in 1964, Nye compiled journals as conceptual art with Geoff Hendricks, a series known as The Friday Book of White Noise. In 2019 Nye completed a mobius-strip-shaped infinite event score as a performance, installation and wall-piece.
Audio Producer: Adam Silver
Interview with: Nye Ffarrabas
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