If you visited last year’s excellent group exhibition “State of Mind” at the Berkeley Art Museum, you might have been treated to The Sound of Ice Melting. A re-creation of a 1970 conceptual piece by Paul Kos, the artwork consisted of a 25-pound block of ice that was allowed to dissolve at its own pace in the downstairs gallery, surrounded by mics to pick up any sound it might emit. At once humorous and sublime, Kos’ piece has served as a touchpoint for artist/musician Collin McKelvey, whose new... More >>>