WALKER P. DOWNEY



BIOGRAPHY
    Walker Downey is a historian of modern and contemporary art and a PhD candidate in the History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Art program at MIT. Focused on the postwar United States, Walker’s research explores the seams between experimental music and the expanded arts, the entry of sound art into the museum, and artistic experimentation with tape, radio, and DIY electronics. Walker is also interested in the history of modern acoustics, and the politics of noise and noise pollution as issues of public health.



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